Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Aluminium-Slag-Portugal---Switzerland-27MZIFLM0BUZ.htmlConceptually similarAluminium Slag Portugal / SwitzerlandGP0FKPCompleted★★★★Aluminium Slag Portugal / SwitzerlandGP021KECompleted★★★★Aluminium Slag Portugal / SwitzerlandGP020V9Completed★★★★★★Aluminium Slag Portugal / SwitzerlandGP020V7Completed★★★★Aluminium Slag Portugal / SwitzerlandGP021KDCompleted★★★★Aluminium Slag Portugal / SwitzerlandGP021KCCompleted★★★★Aluminium Slag Portugal / SwitzerlandGP020V6Completed★★★★Aluminium Slag Portugal / SwitzerlandGP020V3Completed★★★★Aluminium Slag Portugal / SwitzerlandGP020V4Completed★★★★View AllGP020VAAluminium Slag Portugal / SwitzerlandA Greenpeace truck with a banner saying: 'DIE SCHWEIZ LÄSST IHREN MÜLL ILLELGAL IN PORTUGAL. ALU-SUISSE RECYCLING IST BETRUG. GIFTMÜLL ZURÜCK AN ABSENDER ' translated in English: 'SWITZERLAND DEPOSITS THEIR WASTE ILLELGAL IN PORTUGAL. ALU-SUISSE RECYCLING IS FRAUD. HAZARDOUS WASTE BACK TO SENDER!' is transporting from the 4th till the 7th of November 10 tons of aluminium slag from Setubal in Portugal back to Basel in Switzerland.Locations:Europe, West Europe-Portugal-SetúbalDate:4 Nov, 1993Credit:© Greenpeace / Mark WarfordMaximum size:2931px X 2022pxRestrictions:Images ok for use in all Greenpeace campaigns, products and brochures. NOT FOR ADVERTISING OR COMMERCIAL USE.Keywords:Actions and protests-Aluminium-Banners-Day-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Return to sender actions-Roads-Toxic waste-Toxics (campaign title)-Transportation-TrucksShoot:Toxics Action Aluminium Slag Portugal / SwitzerlandGreenpeace activists collected 10 tons of aluminium slag from a Portugese waste dump and spent three days transporting it to the Swiss/French border (November 4th till 7th). The slag was originally sent to Portugal from Switzerland to be recycled. However the facilities were not available and 30'000 tons of hazardous waste were dumping in the open unprotected since 1987. The waste is endangering the environmental of the Portuguese City Setubal.Already several times Portugal demanded the Swiss authorities to provide for the return of the hazardous waste which Refonda, a subsidiary of Alu-Suisse, has transported illegaly to Portugal. But the Federal Office for the Environment fails to act and Refonda shirks its responsibility. Greenpeace submit accusaition against both of them.