Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Divers-at-work-blocking-Sellafield-s-radioactive-waste-pipelines--Irish-Sea--27MZIFFGCFG.htmlConceptually similarDivers at work blocking Sellafield's radioactive waste pipelines. Irish Sea.GP0J51Completed★★★★Divers at work blocking Sellafield's radioactive waste pipelines. Irish Sea.GP0129OCompleted★★★★Divers going to block Sellafield's radioactive waste pipelines. Irish Sea.GP085GCompleted★★★★Inflatables with divers locating Sallafield radioactive discharge pipelines. Irish Sea.GP0K5GCompleted★★★★Sellafield nuclear reprocessing plant showing the covered pipeline discharging radioactive effluent into the Irish Sea. Cumbria, UKGP0YEVCompleted★★★★Greenpeace diver sampling on pipeline SL3, nuclear reprocessing facility Sellafield. UKGP013CWCompleted★★★★Detail of Sellafield's pipeline SL3, Irish Sea, UKGP0KA7Completed★★★★Occupation of Sellafield Nuclear Power PlantGP02M6DCompleted★★★★Sellafield nuclear reprocessing plantGP04UNCompleted★★★★View AllGP0CZZDivers at work blocking Sellafield's radioactive waste pipelines. Irish Sea.Divers at work blocking Sellafield's radioactive waste pipelines. Irish Sea.Locations:Douglas, Isle of Man-United Kingdom-Western EuropeDate:1 Jun, 1987Credit:© Greenpeace / Tony MarrinerMaximum size:1976px X 2984pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Day-Diving-Diving actions-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Marine pollution-Nuclear (campaign title)-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Radioactive waste-Sellafield Nuclear Reprocessing Plant-Underwater shotsShoot:Sellafield Pipeline Blockade ActionGreenpeace, with the MV Sirius present in the Irish Sea, attempts to block the Sellafield pipelines discharging radioactive waste into the sea. Divers cut through the pipes and inserted inflatable rubber balls to block the pipes.