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Argument 6 Edit

Symbol oppose vote Developing countries can benefit from reselling precious metals and at the same time they might experience spill over effects in terms of recycling technologies being exported to developing countries from developed countries. --Mojojojo89 (talk) 11:01, January 24, 2014 (UTC)

  • Symbol support vote True that they can benefit, but before exporting toxic waste one have to ensure that the counties importing the stuff has appropriate facilities to handle and responsibly recycle it. This is unfortunately not the case in many countries. Hence, the developing countries are simply focusing on cost reduction and profit-maximisation. --Anders Johnsen (talk) 11:22, January 24, 2014 (UTC)Kristian/Anders</p>
  • Symbol support vote It's only a fraction of the metals, they can actually resell/or use. The problem consists of the metals and waste that are not being resold/used, and that they don't know how to handle. And a consequence of the missing knowledge about how to handle it, is that it effects future generation with pollution all over the world. Example is: Unuit-case  --Kristinajansen (talk) 11:25, January 24, 2014 (UTC)Jeanette+Kristina
  • Symbol oppose vote Developing countries should not decide to take on hazardous waste if they don't know how to handle it. --12:25, January 24, 2014 (UTC) Katrin+Kerry