Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/People-living-in-Payatas-open-dumpsite--Quezon-City--Philippines--27MZIFZGU5L.htmlConceptually similarChild in Payatae open Dumpsite, Quezon City, PhilippinesGP0ZYYCompleted★★★★People living in Payatae open dumpsite, Quezon City, Philippines.GP0169HCompleted★★★★Greenpeace protest against import of genetic engineered maize, Mexico CityGP0VN7Completed★★★★Karen child, Burma.GP0UINCompleted★★★★Payatae open dumpsite, Quezon City, Philippines.GP0IRCompleted★★★★Payatas open dumpsite, Quezon City, Philippines.GP0XK2Completed★★★★Payatas open dumpsite, Quezon City, Philippines.GP0P6ICompleted★★★★Payatas open dumpsite, Quezon City, PhilippinesGP0P6JCompleted★★★★Payatas open dumpsite, Quezon City, Philippines.GP07SJCompleted★★★★View AllGP0BL7People living in Payatas open dumpsite, Quezon City, Philippines.People living in Payatas open dumpsite, Quezon City, Philippines. (Annual Report 2002 page 2) (Safe trade in the 21st century page 7)Locations:Philippines-Quezon City-Southeast AsiaDate:1 Jan, 1999Credit:© Greenpeace / Christian AslundMaximum size:3718px X 2462pxKeywords:Toxics (campaign title)Shoot:Toxics Documentation (Philippines : 1999)Wagner Aviation complex, inside Clark Air Base, high level of PCB. When the United States left its former military bases in Clark and Subic in the Philippines in 1991, it soon became apparent that the Americans also left behind a legacy of toxic wastes and contamination brought about by their use, storage, and disposal of hazardous materials including POPs such as PCBs and organochlorine pesticides. Payatas open dumpsite in Quezon City, located beside Metro Manila water source. People living in the dumpsite.