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Post time 2011-6-24 22:20:32 |Display all floors
Originally posted by NE_Tigress at 2011-6-24 22:18
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Transport it back to the sea, but far away from the coasts.




What?

This is pure salt!
It is highly valued.

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Post time 2011-6-24 22:23:47 |Display all floors
Originally posted by LCSULLA at 2011-6-24 22:19


Prices are the best incentives,

and Water price regulation is certainly also a very interesting topic,

but a very hot one as well.
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Yes!

Anything that's free will go to waste.

Water must be charged at the market price.

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Post time 2011-6-24 22:24:04 |Display all floors
Originally posted by ThankoPan at 2011-6-24 22:20



What?

This is pure salt!
It is highly valued.




What do we do with so much salt?

Nuclear plant accidents do not happen that often.

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Post time 2011-6-24 22:26:27 |Display all floors
Originally posted by NE_Tigress at 2011-6-24 22:18
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Transport it back to the sea, but far away from the coasts.


theoratically it should be a neutral result if not thought very far.
but even any other factors taken out of consideration,

any punctual release into the sea will be a major intrusion into a very sensitive biosphere though.

refill any exploited of the large salt mines as kind of a stock?
that will be neutral, but sustainable?

Best is more efficent use at present.
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Post time 2011-6-24 22:27:55 |Display all floors
Originally posted by NE_Tigress at 2011-6-24 22:24




What do we do with so much salt?

Nuclear plant accidents do not happen that often.

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Consumption?
For shops Netti!

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Post time 2011-6-24 22:32:31 |Display all floors
Originally posted by LCSULLA at 2011-6-24 22:26

theoratically it should be a neutral result if not thought very far.
but even any other factors taken out of consideration,

any punctual release into the sea will be a major intrusion into  ...
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All the water on land will eventually go back to the sea and the water is salt-less. If you take seawatere from the sea, desalinate it, use it and discharge it to the sea, while the salt is kept on land,  the salt content in the sea will become less and less. Do you think the sea fish will be happy about that? .

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Post time 2011-6-24 22:39:01 |Display all floors
Originally posted by ThankoPan at 2011-6-24 22:23
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Yes!

Anything that's free will go to waste.

Water must be charged at the market price.

The Balance Between the incentive, and fair access for the poor is a hot iron to touch though.

Originally posted by ThankoPan at 2011-6-24 22:20




What?

This is pure salt!
It is highly valued.


Fool,
as already mentioned,
China already sit's on a major part of the worlds salt supply
(coming from salt MINING, not the Sea!)

increase of china's supply will rather decrease world market prices, cannibalising own good business more than any bit of market share increase,

stop being overly greedy for short run advantages,
would de Beers dump their full diamond stocks for a better quarterly result?
clean it and stock it in exploited parts of salt mines.

That way, by the time China has run out of it's current mineral salt stocks,
that salt will already be mineral salt.
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