Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Toxics-Action-against-TBT-Sludge-at-Dredger-Gallilei-in-Zeebrugge-27MZIFLNNXXF.htmlConceptually similarToxics Action against TBT Sludge at Dredger Gallilei in ZeebruggeGP0SR4Completed★★★★Toxics Action against TBT Sludge at Dredger Gallilei in ZeebruggeGP01FZUCompleted★★★★Toxics Action against TBT Sludge at Dredger Gallilei in ZeebruggeGP0E6XCompleted★★★★Toxics Action against TBT Sludge at Dredger Gallilei in ZeebruggeGP03T0Completed★★★★Toxics Action against Sea Dumping near ScheveningenGP0LRKCompleted★★★★Toxics Action against Sea Dumping near ScheveningenGP01NL9Completed★★★★Toxics Action against Sea Dumping at Coast ScheveningenGP01NLCCompleted★★★★Toxics Action Stop Dumping TBT Sludge at North SeaGP01P20Completed★★★★Toxics Action Stop Dumping TBT Sludge at North SeaGP01P2BCompleted★★★★View AllGP014CXToxics Action against TBT Sludge at Dredger Gallilei in ZeebruggeGreenpeace activist chains himself to dredger Gallilei 2000 in Zeebrugge to prevent the dumping of TBT sludge (Greenpeace Changing the World page 115 similar photo)In original language:Toxicactie tegen TBT Bagger op Baggerschip Gallilei in ZeebruggeGreenpeace actievoerder ketent zichzelf vast aan het baggerschip Gallilei 2000 in Zeebrugge om het dumpen van TBT slib tegen te gaan.Locations:Belgium-Europe, West Europe-ZeebruggeDate:7 Oct, 1999Credit:© Greenpeace / John CunninghamMaximum size:4838px X 3229pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Boats-Chaining actions-Day-Dredging-Dumping-Greenpeace activists-Greenpeace inflatables-KWCI (GPI)-Marine pollution-Men-Nuclear (campaign title)-Occupation actions-Oceans (campaign title)-One person-Outdoors-Pollution-Sea dumping-Seas-Signs-Small group of people-Toxic waste-Toxics (campaign title)Shoot:Action against TBT Sludge in BelgiumGreenpeace boards and occupies the Belgian dredger Gallilei 2000 to prevent the dumping of TBT sludge from Zeebrucker harbour. Activists chain themselves or place themselves in the sludge in protective clothing and breathing apparatus. The levels of TBT in the sludge are well above the legal requirements. Tributyltin (TBT) is a toxic processed in many ship paints to prevent the growth of alga and sea acorns to the ship's hull. TBT damages sea life. Female shellfish develop male sexual characteristics and become infertile. Because of this the sea whelks have already disappeared in the Wadden Sea. The action is part of the Greepeace 'Down to Zero' toxics campaign.