Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Ferry-over-Polluted-River-27MZIFIBUAJ5.htmlConceptually similarFerry over Polluted RiverGP02JV2Completed★★★★Ferry over Polluted RiverGP02JV3Completed★★★★Chemicals released in RiverGP02JUTCompleted★★★★Chemicals released in RiverGP02JUUCompleted★★★★Chemicals released in RiverGP02JUVCompleted★★★★Chemicals released in RiverGP02JUYCompleted★★★★Chemicals released in RiverGP02K2LCompleted★★★★Chemicals released in RiverGP02JUXCompleted★★★★Chemicals released in RiverGP02JUWCompleted★★★★View AllGP02JV4Ferry over Polluted RiverA river crossing point in Desa Padamulya village. According to the boatman the water runs a different colour each day due to textile factory dyes and chemicals released into the river. Majalaya sub-district, Bandung district, Western Java province.Locations:Indonesia-Java-Southeast AsiaDate:27 Oct, 2010Credit:© Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3888px X 2592pxKeywords:Boats-Chemicals-Day-Detox (campaign title)-Ferries-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Outdoors-River pollution-Rivers-Small group of people-Textile industry-Toxics (campaign title)-Water pollutionShoot:Pollution of Citarum River in JavaA journey down the Citarum River in Java, Indonesia. To photograph the environmental crisis now facing the area. Agricultural chemicals, plastic waste, toxic chemicals and pollutants from factories all find their way into the Citraum on a daily basis.