In India, plan to deal with toxic waste stalls as Bhopal residents call for action
- Year: 2012
- Length: 4:37 minutes (4.22 MB)
- Format: MP3 Mono 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)
In Bhopal, India the government is struggling to come up with a plan to deal with the hundreds of tons of toxic waste that remains from the Union Carbide plant. The waste isn't from the deadly Bhopal disaster, but includes other chemicals that have been sitting on the factory premises for nearly three decades. The country experienced a recent set-back after the German company GIZ announced it was withdrawing its offer to dispose of the waste after three months of contract negotiations. From Bhopal, FSRNs Shuriah Niazi reports.