Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Solvay-Action-Belgium-27MZIF6ZACH.htmlConceptually similarGreenpeace blockade of the quay where salt is unloaded for Solvay's chlorine factory, Antwerp, Belgium.GP07NQCompleted★★★★EC Incineration Action BelgiumGP012AHCompleted★★★★Forests Action On MV Greveno in BelgiumGP06TVCompleted★★★★Forests Action at Home Office LondonGP0Z5ECompleted★★★★★★★Forests Action On MV Greveno in BelgiumGP0PVCompleted★★★★Forests Action Home Office London (UK : 2003)GP01EZPCompleted★★★★★★Action at Sawmill Max Wagner in GermanyGP0WOQCompleted★★★★Action at Sawmill Max Wagner in GermanyGP0OA9Completed★★★★Action at Sawmill Max Wagner in GermanyGP01CZ8Completed★★★★View AllGP0AH4Solvay Action Belgium"Stop Chlorine" banner hanging from a Solvay crane. Climber hanging from ropes.Locations:Antwerp-Belgium-Europe, West EuropeDate:25 Mar, 1993Credit:© Greenpeace / Cristien BuysseMaximum size:3072px X 2048pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Chlorine production-Climbing actions-Greenpeace activists-Industrial cranes-KWCI (GPI)-Low angle view-Night-One person-Outdoors-Solvay-Toxics (campaign title)Shoot:Action at Solvay's Chlorine Factory in AntwerpGreenpeace blockade of the quay where salt is unloaded for Solvay's chlorine factory, Antwerp, Belgium. Salt is the main material used in producing chlorine gas. Solvay is one of the 3 producers of chlorine in Belgium (others are Tessenderlo Chimie and BASF). Most of the chlorine produced is for PVC production. This plastic produces dioxins during production and incineration.