Scrapping and thus gaining valuable items, are an important part of the economy of many developing countries of South Asia. At the forefront of the industry are, among others. Bangladesh and India. It's mostly there, often in makeshift shipyards, ships are drawn on the first few kilometers inland at high tide, then is cut, cut, and obtained components are transported to the mills. In shipbuilding, heavy working conditions for about $ 5 a day. Often, fatal accidents, including an explosion. This is due to the fact that nowadays is often disposed of hazardous waste problems, which are remnants of prohibited materials today, but a few decades ago, in normal use (asbestos, harmful paint) and the remnants of fuel or cargo.