Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Toxics-Action-Spolana-Chemical-Plant-in-Czech-Republic-27MZIFLJV54Z.htmlConceptually similarToxics Action Spolana Chemical Plant in Czech RepublicGP01MRGCompleted★★★★Toxics Action Spolana Chemical Plant in Czech RepublicGP01MRHCompleted★★★★Toxics Action Spolana Chemical Plant in Czech RepublicGP01MRFCompleted★★★★★★Spolana Chemical Plant in Czech RepublicGP01MRJCompleted★★★★Toxics Action Spolana Chemical Plant in Czech RepublicGP01MRDCompleted★★★★Spolana Chemical Plant in Czech RepublicGP01MRECompleted★★★★Toxics Action Spolana Chemical Plant in Czech RepublicGP01C0VCompleted★★★★Toxics Action Spolana Chemical Plant in Czech RepublicGP0OSCompleted★★★★Toxics Action Spolana Chemical Plant in Czech RepublicGP02O7Completed★★★★View AllGP011JIToxics Action Spolana Chemical Plant in Czech RepublicGreenpeace climbers have hang a banner off the 200 meter high chimney of the Spolana Chemical Plant, it says "Stop Dioxin, HCB, Hg, PCB" with the death sign in between.Locations:Czech Republic-Eastern Europe-NeratoviceDate:10 Aug, 2003Credit:© Greenpeace / Karel SusterMaximum size:2000px X 3008pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Chemical plants-Chimneys-Climate (campaign title)-Climbing actions-Day-Direct communications-KWCI (GPI)-Occupation actions-Outdoors-Toxic symbol-Toxics (campaign title)Shoot:Toxics Action Spolana Chemical Plant in Czech RepublicA year after the floods, Greenpeace climbers from seven countries occupy the 200 meter high chimney at Spolana Neratovice, the chemical factory situated on the bank of the River Elbe in the Czech Republic. The activists unfold a gigantic banner and call to the management of Spolana to accept corporate responsibility for toxic pollution of the surrounding area. Greenpeace also demands that the chemical factory compensates all its victims. For years Greenpeace has commanded that Spolana secures its surroundings against toxic pollution from its premises and cleans up contaminated soil and buildings. The area of Spolana was flooded during record floods in 2002 and chemicals leaked into the river.