Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Bhopal-Disaster-Anniversary-and-Documentation-27MZIFQI84P.htmlConceptually similarBhopal Disaster Anniversary and DocumentationGP01GI0Completed★★★★Bhopal Disaster Anniversary and DocumentationGP016DFCompleted★★★★★★Bhopal Disaster Anniversary and DocumentationGP0W5ZCompleted★★★★Bhopal Disaster Anniversary and DocumentationGP0ZKPCompleted★★★★Bhopal Disaster Anniversary and DocumentationGP014VDCompleted★★★★Bhopal Disaster Anniversary and DocumentationGP09HACompleted★★★★Bhopal Disaster Anniversary and DocumentationGP0V8ZCompleted★★★★Bhopal Disaster Anniversary and DocumentationGP0FTDCompleted★★★★Bhopal Disaster Anniversary and DocumentationGP0TRCCompleted★★★★View AllGP0FBBBhopal Disaster Anniversary and DocumentationChote Lal (52) and his wife Dewaki Bai (48) used to work for Union Carbide. He says: "That night my shift finished at midnight. Three hours later the disaster happened, almost all my 75 colleagues who were on duty died. I can't work anymore".Locations:Asia-Bhopal-IndiaDate:1 Dec, 2002Credit:© Greenpeace / Kadir Van LohuizenMaximum size:8032px X 5680pxKeywords:Day-Disasters-Dow Chemicals-Illness-KWCI (GPI)-Life partners-Local population-Outdoors-Pollution-Toxic waste-Toxics (campaign title)-Two people-Union Carbide-VictimsShoot:Bhopal Disaster Anniversary and DocumentationBhopal, India, is the site of the world's worst industrial disaster, where a Union Carbide chemical plant released 40 tonnes of highly toxic methyl isocyanate on the night of 3rd December 1984. The disaster killed thousands and the polluted site of the abandoned factory still leaks poisons into the groundwater of local residents.