Chinese “Recycling”

March 14, 2008 at 12:22 pm Leave a comment

Here are some interesting quotes on how some Chinese companies ‘recycle’ their bio-hazards.
Unfortunately it has to do with solar panels because the technology is not yet evolved enough.

The impoverished farming community of roughly 2,300, near the eastern end of the Silk Road, had been left behind during China’s recent boom. In a country where the average wage in some areas is $200 a month, many of the village’s residents make just $200 a year. They had high hopes their new neighbor would jump-start the local economy.

Washington Post. The tests show high concentrations of chlorine and hydrochloric acid, which can result from the breakdown of silicon tetrachloride and do not exist naturally in soil. “Crops cannot grow on this, and it is not suitable for people to live nearby,” said Li Xiaoping, deputy director of the Shanghai Academy of Environmental Sciences.

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