Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Martina-Kruger-at-Studsvik-Nuclear-Facility-27MZIFLB5S0P.htmlConceptually similarStefan Holmgren at Studsvik Nuclear ReactorGP01967Completed★★★★Nina Wertholz at Studsvik Nuclear ReactorGP01E3ZCompleted★★★★Anders Bergstrom at Studsvik Nuclear ReactorGP018SMCompleted★★★★Jaak Heenas at Studsvik nuclear reactorGP018TXCompleted★★★★Pelle Pettersson at Studsvik Nuclear ReactorGP01936Completed★★★★Nuclear Action Against Radioactive Waste Dumped at SellafieldGP01A4MCompleted★★★★Nuclear Action Against Radioactive Waste Dumped at SellafieldGP0196PCompleted★★★★Nuclear Action Against Radioactive Waste Dumped at SellafieldGP018R1Completed★★★★Action against Swedish Nuclear Waste TransportGP02IKFCompleted★★★★View AllGP018JFMartina Kruger at Studsvik Nuclear FacilityGreenpeace campaigner, Martina Kruger, is in a rigid inflatable boat outside the Studsvik nuclear facility. The Greenpeace activists here are preparing for the arrival of the Sellafield Ltds / PNTLs ship, the Atlantic Osprey. The Atlantic Ospreys mission is to transport 4.8 tons of radio active waste, including 1.2kg of extremely toxic super weapons grade plutonium, to Sellafield fuel reprocessing plant in the United Kingdom. Since all of the materials are not going to be returned to Sweden after reprocessing, the transport is in clear violation of Swedish law. Sweden is essentially dumping nuclear waste in England.Locations:Europe-Scandinavia-Studsvik nuclear research reactor-Sweden-Västra GötalandDate:28 Sep, 2007Credit:© Greenpeace / Christian AslundMaximum size:4288px X 2848pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Day-Greenpeace campaigners-KWCI (GPI)-Nuclear (campaign title)-Nuclear energy symbol-Nuclear waste-Nuclear waste transports-One person-Outdoors-Portraits-Sellafield Nuclear Reprocessing Plant-WomenShoot:Nuclear Action against Radioactive Waste Dumped at SellafieldGreenpeace activists campaign at Studsvik in Sweden and Sellafield in the United Kingdom, against the transportation of nuclear waste to Sellafield fuel reprocessing plant. A cargo vessel named the Atlantic Osprey is to transport 4.8 tons of radio active waste, including 1.2 kg extremely toxic super weapons grade plutonium, to Sellafield. Since all of the materials are not going to be returned to Sweden after reprocessing, the transport is in clear violation of Swedish law. Sweden is essentially dumping nuclear waste in England.