Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Toxic-Fugitive-Ship-Carrying-Asbestos-Insulation-27MZIFSBUCF.htmlConceptually similarToxic Fugitive Ship Carrying Asbestos InsulationGP0FV6Completed★★★★Toxic Fugitive Ship Carrying Asbestos InsulationGP0GD3Completed★★★★★★Shipbreaking in India - End of Life ShipsGP01D4DCompleted★★★★Toxics Alang Shipbreaking Survey (India : 2003)GP0A23Completed★★★★Shipbreaking IndiaGP01CWQCompleted★★★★★★★Workers scrapping ship at Alang scrap yard. Gujarat, IndiaGP079KCompleted★★★★Workers scrapping ship at Alang scrap yard. Gujarat, IndiaGP09F7Completed★★★★Shipbreaking IndiaGP0ZIZCompleted★★★★Shipbreaking IndiaGP01BXKCompleted★★★★View AllGP0JXZToxic Fugitive Ship Carrying Asbestos InsulationThe Danish fugitive ship 'Kong Frederik IX' is seen here with its newly painted alias ‘Riky’. It is docked at the ship-breaking yard, no. 24, in Alang. The toxic ship, which escaped the clutches of the Danish government, is carrying carcinogenic asbestos insulation. Its owners had been ordered to remain in Denmark until they had decontaminated the ship. They slipped out of a Danish port on March 16, 2005, hastily changed the ship's flag and name, and headed for the ship-breaking yard.Locations:Alang-Asia-Gujarat-IndiaDate:27 Apr, 2005Credit:© Greenpeace / Santosh BaneMaximum size:2000px X 1312pxKeywords:Day-Industrial cranes-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Ship breaking-Ship breaking yards-Ships-Toxics (campaign title)-Wharfs (Docks)Shoot:Toxic Fugitive Ship Carrying Asbestos Insulation in IndiaThe Danish fugitive ship 'Kong Frederik IX' is seen here with its newly painted alias ‘Riky’. It is docked at the ship-breaking yard, no. 24, in Alang.