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Shoot: Toxic Outflow Pipe in Portman Bay

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Greenpeace Spain activists hanging a banner to celebrate the closing of the industrial waste pipes which have for 25 years been dumping more than 1000 tonnes daily into the Mediterranean at Portman Bay, near Cartagena. The toxics included cadmium, lead, zinc, cyanide and sulphuric acid.
Closure of the Industrial Waste Pipes in the Mediterranean at Portman Bay, near Cartagena, Spain
1 Apr, 1990
Closure of the Industrial Waste Pipes in the Mediterranean at Portman Bay, near Cartagena, Spain
Closure of the Industrial Waste Pipes in the Mediterranean at Portman Bay, near Cartagena, Spain
1 Apr, 1990
Closure of the Industrial Waste Pipes in the Mediterranean at Portman Bay, near Cartagena, Spain
Closure of the Industrial Waste Pipes in the Mediterranean at Portman Bay, near Cartagena, Spain
1 Apr, 1990
Closure of the Industrial Waste Pipes in the Mediterranean at Portman Bay, near Cartagena, Spain
Closure of the Industrial Waste Pipes in the Mediterranean at Portman Bay, near Cartagena, Spain
1 Apr, 1990
Closure of the Industrial Waste Pipes in the Mediterranean at Portman Bay, near Cartagena, Spain
Closure of the Industrial Waste Pipes in the Mediterranean at Portman Bay, near Cartagena, Spain
1 Apr, 1990
Closure of the Industrial Waste Pipes in the Mediterranean at Portman Bay, near Cartagena, Spain
Closure of the Industrial Waste Pipes in the Mediterranean at Portman Bay, near Cartagena, Spain
1 Apr, 1990
Closure of the Industrial Waste Pipes in the Mediterranean at Portman Bay, near Cartagena, Spain
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