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Activists Highlight Excess Contamination at Tula Thermoelectric Plant in Mexico (Photos by B. Diaz) 

Activists Highlight Excess Contamination at Tula Thermoelectric Plant in Mexico (Photos by B. Diaz) 

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04/22/2021 
During a peaceful action carried out at the thermoelectric power plant in Tula, Hidalgo, in occasion of Earth Day 2021, Greenpeace Mexico raises a hot air balloon with a message reading "Excess Pollution", to paraphrase the text often used in industrialized food. The activity is to warn that fuel oil is being burned in this plant with a 3.9 percent sulfur content by mass, exceeding the maximum limit established by the Official Mexican Standard NOM-016-CRE-2016, of 2 percent. Fuel oil is one of the fossil sources that emits the most greenhouse gases per kWh, 898gCO2. 
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Señala Greenpeace México a la Termoeléctrica de Tula por su exceso de contaminación 
Durante una acción pacífica realizada en el marco del Día de la Tierra frente a dichas instalaciones, Greenpeace México elevó un globo aerostático con la etiqueta “Exceso de contaminación” como las usadas en los alimentos industrializados, para advertir que en ese lugar, se quema combustóleo con contenido de 3.9 por ciento de azufre en masa, rebasando el límite máximo establecido por la Norma Oficial Mexicana NOM-016-CRE-2016, de 2 por ciento. El combustóleo es una de las fuentes fósiles que más gases de efecto invernadero emiten por kWh, 898gCO2. 
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