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Ethical evaluations about Doe run company

1) Introduction:

The Doe Run Company headquartered in ST. Louis Mo in North America is a glob*****l scale company enjoy*****g leadership position in mining, smelting, recycling and metal fabrication businesses. The company's units in Missouri, Arizona and Peru unify every phase of metal production and provide the basis for the development of a lot ***** products important to the present trends of living. The company is committed ***** maintain leadership ***** in the world ***** metal *****dustry. Central to th***** commitment is because as *****e company claims as it ***** a low-cost producer and to support its customers, employees ***** their families and the society. (***** ***** Run *****: Who we are)

Doe Run is N. America's leading integrated lead producer and ***** third largest total lead producer in the globe. Moreover, the company salvages ***** recycles in excess of 1, 50,000 tons ***** lead every year from ***** such as batteries as well as telephone cables. Apart ***** these *****s, the company produces zinc, gold, copper and also silver. To have an understanding of the metals mined by Doe ***** Company and *****ir estimates, please refer appendix. The Company has a work force of 4,000 *****cross the world, out of which 1,200 ***** employed in ***** United States while its fifth division is located in Peru. The units of ***** Run are equipped with advanced technology optimiz*****g efficiency ***** manufactures pure products all through. Its factories offer the latest automation in order to optimize recovery of metals from the ore ***** its recycl*****g capacity ***** most superior on ***** technology front, environmental aspect and is the safest of its category in the world. (***** Doe Run *****: Company Backgrounder)

It goes with***** say*****g that ***** ethic*****y responsible company must show carefully regarding the manner in which ***** ma***** business affects ***** communities in which it functions and the manner ***** which ***** is able to guarantee practices ***** are good from the ethical ***** economic point of view. Th***** implies comprehending, evaluating and taking steps for the welfare ***** employees, legal and political actualities, impact of environment, cultural considerations, and religious and moral urgencies. However recently, the Doe Run Company has been facing flak from media personalities and sections of ***** Catholic Church and other Christian organizations for its un***** activities. (U*****pian solutions versus real corporate social responsibility)

2) What does Doe run company do to negatively affect *****?

The Doe ***** Company ***** been hauled up several times for increased levels of lead emissions from its smelter plants that are close to residential **********. Records reveal that the company produced almost more than 28 tons ***** lead ***** during 2005 - a level that was similar to the previous year. Remains of lead ***** ***** discovered in the soil throughout the river Illinois. Even though the quality of air improved since 2001, however the data on quarterly emissi*****s went beyond ***** ********** Ambient Air Quality Standard ***** 1.5 micrograms of lead per

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