Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Garbage-Truck-Enters-Incineration-Center-27MZIFI957KB.htmlConceptually similarIncinerator Banner ActionGP02I35Completed★★★★Toxics: Incinerator Banner ActionGP02I39Completed★★★★Incinerator ProtestGP02I36Completed★★★★Greenpeace Activists Talk to MediaGP02I38Completed★★★★Banner on Incinerator ChimneyGP02I31Completed★★★★Incineration ProtestGP02I32Completed★★★★Mercury Chimney Banner at Refuse PlantGP02ILMCompleted★★★★Incineration Plant ProtestGP02IQDCompleted★★★★Banner Protest on Incinerator ChimneyGP02IQ6Completed★★★★View AllGP02I37Garbage Truck Enters Incineration CenterA garbage truck enters the Resources Recovery Facility in Dade County. Activists has been protesting against the high level of mercury and heavy metal emissions from the incineration.Locations:Florida-United States of AmericaDate:16 Oct, 1990Credit:© Greenpeace / Robert VisserMaximum size:4129px X 2789pxKeywords:Chimneys-Day-Greenpeace activists-Incineration-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Toxics (campaign title)-Trucks-Waste management infrastructureShoot:Toxics: Incineration Action in Dade Co., FloridaGreenpeace activists protested the high level of mercury and heavy metal emissions from trash-burning plant in Dade County.. Banners were hung by activists on the smokestacks. Brian Hunt, Greenpeace Toxics campaigner, talked to the media. Activists protested in front of the Resources Recovery Facility.