Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/River-Pollution-in-Marilao-Bulacan-27MZIFLDZUFP.htmlConceptually similarRiver Pollution in Marilao BulacanGP01N78Completed★★★★River Pollution in Marilao BulacanGP01N7ACompleted★★★★Factory Waste Water in PhilippinesGP02DO6Completed★★★★River Pollution in Marilao BulacanGP01N7BCompleted★★★★Philippine Recyclers Inc gateGP02DO7Completed★★★★Houses along Marilao RiverGP02DO3Completed★★★★Philippine Recyclers IncGP02DO4Completed★★★★Leather in a Tannery in PhilippinesGP02DNXCompleted★★★★Leather in a Tannery in PhilippinesGP02DNTCompleted★★★★View AllGP01N79River Pollution in Marilao BulacanTwo Greenpeace volunteers in protective suits take water samples from the notoriously polluted river in Marilao to determine its exact toxicity levels. Marilao River has been identified by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) as one of the Philippines 50 dead rivers due to heavy pollution.Locations:Bulacan Province-Philippines-Southeast AsiaDate:12 Oct, 2007Credit:© Greenpeace / John NovisMaximum size:3600px X 2400pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Boats-Bridges-Chemical industry-Day-Gloves-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Masks (protective)-Outdoors-Pollutants-River pollution-Rivers-Samples-Sampling (activity)-Toxics (campaign title)-Two people-Water pollutionShoot:River Pollution in Marilao BulacanA team of Greenpeace ‘Water Patrol’ activists called attention to the shocking extent of pollution in Marilao River by unfurling a 28-meter banner with the words “Stop toxic pollution, protect our water resources” along Marilao Bridge in Bulacan province, 25 kilometres north of Manila. The activists also floated giant rubber fish skeletons along the river to underline the river’s death, as two volunteers in protective suits took water samples from the notorious body of water to determine its exact toxicity levels. Marilao River has been identified by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) as one of the Philippines’ 50 dead rivers due to heavy pollution. Greenpeace recently launched 'Project Clean Water' which aims to bring people together toward a common goal of safeguarding our water sources.