Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Shipbreaking-in-Chittagong-27MZIFUGZIK.htmlConceptually similarShipbreaking in ChittagongGP0TSKCompleted★★★★Shipbreaking in ChittagongGP01E1UCompleted★★★★Shipbreaking in ChittagongGP0AOICompleted★★★★Shipbreaking in ChittagongGP0FUYCompleted★★★★Shipbreaking in ChittagongGP0NV3Completed★★★★Shipbreaking in ChittagongGP019KPCompleted★★★★Shipbreaking in ChittagongGP013IHCompleted★★★★Shipbreakers in ChittagongGP07ESCompleted★★★★Shipbreaking in ChittagongGP0EBUCompleted★★★★View AllGP0KF4Shipbreaking in ChittagongOil barrels litter the ground and workers in the distance pull away large segments of a partly scrapped hulk of a tanker on the beach at shipbreaking yard, Chittagong, Bangladesh. Greenpeace opposes the practice of dumping obsolete toxic laded ships for demolition in developing countries such as Bangladesh. Workers in the 'ship breaking' yards are exposed to hazardous substances and injuries and deaths occur frequently. Greenpeace demands that the vessels be made safe before they are scrapped.Locations:Asia-Bangladesh-ChittagongDate:4 Nov, 2004Credit:© Greenpeace / Ronald de HommelMaximum size:5531px X 3540pxKeywords:Barrels-Day-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Ship breaking-Ships-Toxic waste-Toxics (campaign title)Shoot:Shipbreaking Chittagong Documentation in BangladeshGreenpeace opposes the practice of dumping obsolete toxic loaded ships for demolition in developing countries such as Bangladesh. Workers in the 'ship breaking' yards are exposed to hazardous substances and injuries and deaths occur frequently. Greenpeace demands that the vessels are made safe before they are scrapped.