Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Hendrina-Power-Station-in-Mpumalanga-27MZIFJW70ER8.htmlConceptually similarHendrina Power Station in MpumalangaGP0STSP9MCompleted★★★★★★Duvha Power Station in MpumalangaGP0STSP9YCompleted★★★★Hendrina Power Station in MpumalangaGP0STSP9JCompleted★★★★Coal from the Hendrina Power Station in MpumalangaGP0STSP9KCompleted★★★★★Hendrina Power Station in MpumalangaGP0STSP9ICompleted★★★★Hendrina Power Station in MpumalangaGP0STSP9OCompleted★★★★Hendrina Power Station in MpumalangaGP0STSP9HCompleted★★★★Hendrina Power Station in MpumalangaGP0STSP9FCompleted★★★★★★Kendle Power Station in MpumalangaGP0STSPAFCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STSP9LHendrina Power Station in MpumalangaAerial view of the Hendrina Power Station dump and conveyer belts. The coal is still burning. The dump site is dangerously close to water sources that farmers depend upon.Locations:Africa-Mpumalanga-South AfricaDate:16 Nov, 2018Credit:© Ruth Sacco / GreenpeaceMaximum size:6000px X 4000pxKeywords:Aerial view-Air pollution-Burning-Climate (campaign title)-Coal-Coal-fired power stations-Day-Destruction-Dirty-Dumps-Fires-Industrial structures-KWCI (GPI)-Land pollution-Outdoors-Pollution-Roads-Water-Water pollutionShoot:Aerial Photos of Mpumalanga Coal-fired Power StationsFlyover aerial footage of Mpumalanga coal-fired power stations. The Malahleni area is home to coal and is the heartbeat of the economy. Greenpeace's groundbreaking satellite data Global Mapping Report reveals Mpumalanga province is the world's largest nitrogen dioxide (NO2) air pollution hotspot.