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Heinda Mine Impact on Local People| 5mins
Director: Ehna | Producer: Kwe Ka Lu
Focus Years: 2012 | Country: Thailand
Subject Tags: asia, ecology, economies, environment, ethics, myanmar, resources, thailand
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
The tin mining in Heinda, Southern Myanmar released tons of mine waste to the communities water ways. The mine is operated by a Thai company along with the Burmese government. They don't care about the water pollution. Communities complain many many times but they don't care. The tin mines also destroy river sources around the area. The foreign investment has no ethical and no strict environmental regulation.
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