Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Toxics--Chemical-Security-Inspection-by-Airship-27MZIFIZ6YLT.htmlConceptually similarToxics: Chemical Security Inspection by AirshipGP028GNCompleted★★★★Toxics: Chemical Security Inspection by AirshipGP028GICompleted★★★★Toxics: Chemical Security Inspection by AirshipGP028GKCompleted★★★★Chemical Security Inspection Tour in DelawareGP022JZCompleted★★★★Toxics: Chemical Security Inspection by AirshipGP028GGCompleted★★★★Chemical Security Inspection Tour in DelawareGP026XRCompleted★★★★Toxics: Chemical Security Inspection by AirshipGP028GLCompleted★★★★Chemical Security Inspection Tour in DelawareGP026XOCompleted★★★★Toxics: Chemical Security Inspection by AirshipGP028GHCompleted★★★★View AllGP028GMToxics: Chemical Security Inspection by AirshipThe Greenpeace airship A.E. Bates on its first US operational flight, the Dupont chemical facility in Edge Moor. The plant failed a safety inspection on account because of its storage and use of bulk chlorine which is putting millions of people at risk.Locations:Delaware-North America-United States of America-Wilmington (Delaware)Date:21 May, 2010Credit:© Greenpeace / Robert MeyersMaximum size:2616px X 2095pxKeywords:A.E. Bates (airship)-Blimps-Chemical plants-Day-DuPont-Industrial landscapes-KWCI (GPI)-Morning-Outdoors-Summer-Sunny-Toxics (campaign title)-TreesShoot:Toxics Chemical Security Inspection DupontThe Greenpeace Airship A.E. Bates flies over Dupont's Edge Moor facility near Wilmington, Delaware. A Greenpeace investigation by air, land and water revealed that the company failed safety inspection for the builk storage and use of deadly chlorine.