Tuesday, January 11, 2011

How Salt Is Extracted In Vietnam

This is what the salt plantations in Vietnam look like. First, the sea water is poured onto specially designated pieces of land. I have no idea how long it takes for the water to evaporate, but with such a heat in Vietnam, it shouldn’t take a lot of time. Then the workers are brought there for a long working day. In the beginning, the salt is raked into piles (mostly men do it), then it is loaded into wheelbarrows and transported to a large pile near the road (this is women’s job). Then, the salt is transported to a plant for treatment.













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