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Why is Paints in India is still made by solvent which is banned worldwide ? Worldwide water based paint is made but India still uses Solvent.

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Asked by Pathline Channel, 08 Sep '13 10:17 am
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One has to see their vested interest while banning. All they want is world keep paying their royalty thro' their life for the alternative technology and they want to live quality life at the cost of others. It is same with either paint or refrigerants or medicine & what not.
As a matter of fact, there are much sever pollutants like NOx and SOx emission from their crude and gas based power project in Middle East which are running on OPEN CYCLE emitting gas at 54o plus deg. C warming-up the nature. The justification, US see no economics in recovering the heat since it is available at thow away price but for them the environment in ME is not a concern.
Paint is one time application and solvent will not hv much impact on environment as much as even one car drive for a year. Let western countries impose such ban in their countries to clean- up the shittt they hv been throwing at environment for centuries.
Answered by MAdhavan Avadhany, 08 Sep '13 10:29 am

 
  
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May be because its still comparatively cheaper
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 08 Sep '13 11:05 am

 
  
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