Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Toxic-Chemical-Findings-in-Slovakia-27MZIFLRFPTI.htmlConceptually similarToxic Chemical Findings in SlovakiaGP01IO6Completed★★★★Toxic Chemical Findings in SlovakiaGP01IOACompleted★★★★Toxic Chemical Findings in SlovakiaGP01IO7Completed★★★★Toxic Chemical Findings in SlovakiaGP01IODCompleted★★★★Toxic Chemical Findings in SlovakiaGP031H3Completed★★★★Toxic Chemical Findings in SlovakiaGP031H5Completed★★★★Toxic Chemical Findings in SlovakiaGP031H6Completed★★★★Toxic Chemical Findings in SlovakiaGP031H8Completed★★★★Toxic Chemical Findings in SlovakiaGP031HACompleted★★★★View AllGP01IO9Toxic Chemical Findings in SlovakiaAn abandoned dilapidated building previously owned by a collective farm where activists have found tonnes of toxic chemicals in sacks and barrels. Greenpeace activists have found serval tonnes of toxic chemicals in the Slovak village Hontianske Tesare. The chemicals are mostly obsolete pesticides. More than 20 Greenpeace activists secure the building against weather conditions.Locations:Baltic States-Central Europe-Hontianske Tesare-SlovakiaDate:6 Oct, 2005Credit:© Greenpeace / Juraj RizmanMaximum size:3072px X 2048pxKeywords:Barrels-Chemicals-Day-Dioxins-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Pesticides-Toxic waste-Toxics (campaign title)-Waste disposal-Waste managementShoot:Toxic Chemical Findings in SlovakiaGreenpeace activists find several tonnes of toxic chemicals in the Slovak village of Hontianske Tesare. The chemicals, mostly obsolete pesticides, were stored in old dilapidated buildings, former warehouse of a bankrupted collective farm. The samples of chemicals from the farm, which were analyzed in independent laboratories, proved to contain several dangerous chemicals, some of them produced in the former German democratic republic, including chlorinated dioxins and furans, for example tetrachlorodibenzofurane.