Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Baltic-Tour-2002-27MZIF674A0.htmlConceptually similarBaltic Tour 2002GP0CPZCompleted★★★★Baltic Tour 2002GP0200Completed★★★★Baltic Tour 2002GP0CQ1Completed★★★★Baltic Tour 2002GP0DRPCompleted★★★★Baltic Tour 2002GP0NBBCompleted★★★★Baltic Tour 2002GP016UCCompleted★★★★Baltic Tour 2002GP0QT1Completed★★★★Baltic Tour 2002GP01853Completed★★★★Baltic Tour 2002GP017QRCompleted★★★★View AllGP0AMGBaltic Tour 2002Banner hanging from crane on board of the "Hein". Greenpeace activists from Norway, Denmark, Sweden and Finland stopped Norwegian ship "Hein" from unloading toxic ashes at Langoya in the Oslo fjord. The ship transports toxic ashes from incineration from Copenhagen to Norway. The waste was imported by company NOAH.Locations:Norway-Oslofjorden-ScandinaviaDate:24 Jun, 2002Credit:© Greenpeace / Dick GillbergMaximum size:1648px X 2464pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Boarding actions-Cargo ships-Chemical industry-Chemicals-Confrontation-Cutting tools and equipment-Day-Dioxins-Dumping-KWCI (GPI)-NOAH (Norsk Avfallshandtering AS)-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Police-Toxic waste-Toxics (campaign title)-Two peopleShoot:Actions against Oil and Toxic Waste Dumper Ships in the Baltic SeaAction against oil dumper Fagervik and Norwegian ship "Hein", which was about to unload toxic ashes at Langoya in the Oslo fjord. Hein transports toxic ashes from incineration from Copenhagen to Norway.