Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Chemical-Security-Inspection-New-Jersey-27MZIFI5PT3I.htmlConceptually similarChemical Security Inspection New JerseyGP026XCCompleted★★★★Chemical Security Inspection New JerseyGP026XACompleted★★★★Chemical Security Inspection New JerseyGP026XFCompleted★★★★Chemical Security Inspection New JerseyGP026XDCompleted★★★★Chemical Security Inspection New JerseyGP026XHCompleted★★★★Chemical Security Inspection New JerseyGP026XICompleted★★★★Chemical Security Inspection New JerseyGP026XGCompleted★★★★Chemical Security Inspection New JerseyGP026XECompleted★★★★Chemical Security Inspection Tour in DelawareGP026Y1Completed★★★★View AllGP026XBChemical Security Inspection New JerseyA view from the Pulaski Skyway bridge during a Greenpeace inspection of the Kuehne plant in South Kearney. A commercial airplane comes into land at Newark International Airport nearby. Greenpeace inspected the safety of the facility and failed it because the plant stores 90 ton rail cars of chlorine gas that put 8.9 million Americans at risk of a chemical disaster including inhabitants of New York City. No amount of fencing, cameras, or gatekeepers can eliminate the inherent danger of this facility.Locations:New Jersey-North America-United States of AmericaDate:13 May, 2010Credit:© Robert Meyers / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3000px X 2400pxKeywords:Aerial view-Aeroplanes-Buildings-Chemical plants-Cities-Containers-Industrial landscapes-KWCI (GPI)-Political concepts-Railways-Toxics (campaign title)-Trucks-Urban areasShoot:Chemical Security Inspection New JerseyGreenpeace inspected the safety of several chemical facilities in the United States to demonstrate the urgent need for new requirements on chemical facilities to substitute the handling and storage of bulk quantities of toxic chemicals with safer available processes. No amount of fencing, cameras or gatekeepers can eliminate the vulnerability of facilities to accidents, natural disasters or terrorism.