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Ethical considerations regarding recycling plant locations.

Imagine that your city is planning to build a waste recycling plant in your neighborhood. What are the ethical and practical considerations for making this decision? How would your concern for the environment affect your view on this action? Would you oppose this action? Why or why not?

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What are the ethical and practical considerations for making this decision?

There are not too many ethical considerations. First it should be determined if the waste recycling plant is legitimate and not just a contract given to a friend of a government official. Secondly it should be determined if the money used by the city to build the plant is being taken from other sectors such as education, law enforcement or transportation. If the money has been budgeted appropriately, and if the waste recycling plant will generate jobs and income for the city, that is great.
There are some practical considerations to ...

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This solution is a mental exercise regarding ethical considerations that must be dealt with in the recycling industry. Assuming that a city is planning on buidling a waste recycling plant in a neighborhood, what ethical and practical considerations should be thought through prior to making the decision final. Over 400 words of original text.

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