Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Bayer-Toxic-Chemical-Dump-in-Slovakia-27MZIFLR0V9Q.htmlConceptually similarBayer Toxic Chemical Dump in SlovakiaGP01IONCompleted★★★★Bayer Toxic Chemical Dump in SlovakiaGP01IOLCompleted★★★★Bayer Toxic Chemical Dump in SlovakiaGP01IOMCompleted★★★★Toxic Chemical Findings in SlovakiaGP01IO6Completed★★★★Toxic Chemical Findings in SlovakiaGP01IOACompleted★★★★Toxic Chemical Findings in SlovakiaGP01IO9Completed★★★★Toxic Chemical Findings in SlovakiaGP01IO7Completed★★★★Toxic Chemical Findings in SlovakiaGP01IODCompleted★★★★Toxic Waste Action in NepalGP01FXCCompleted★★★★View AllGP01IOOBayer Toxic Chemical Dump in SlovakiaClose up of an old sack with caustic soda in pearls produced by the chemical company Bayer and found by activists dumped in an old building, former warehouse of a collective farm.Locations:Baltic States-Central Europe-Slovakia-Tekovské LužanyDate:30 Sep, 2005Credit:© Greenpeace / Juraj RizmanMaximum size:2915px X 1944pxKeywords:Bayer AG-Chemicals-Close ups-Dumping-KWCI (GPI)-Pesticides-Signs-Toxic waste-Toxics (campaign title)-Waste disposalShoot:Bayer Toxic Chemical Dump in SlovakiaDumped pesticides and more than 500 kg of NaOH (natriumhydroxide/sodium hydroxide), made by the chemical company Bayer in Germany and stored in a dilapidated building former warehouse with agrochemicals, were found by Greenpeace activists. NaOH (natrium hydroxide/Sodium hydroxide) is caustic and dangerous to human health. The case is under investigation by the Slovak environmental inspection department. Independent experts have estimated tens of similar warehouses in the Slovak Republic. In most cases they are found on former socialist collective farms which are no longer active.