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Shoot: Toxics Action Oil Spill Cleanup in Sweden

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In June 2003 Greenpeace volunteers clean up oil from a beach in Borrby in the county Skåne (Skane), the southernmost County of Sweden. The oil spill came from the Chinese cargo ship Fu Shan Hai, which sank outside Bornholm in the Baltic Sea after a collision with a Cyprus-flagged vessel. The work is led by the Swedish rescue service. After the Fu Shan Hai oil spill, the Swedish government decided to launch the proposal to classify the Baltic Sea as a particularly sensitive sea area (PSSA), and on 2 April 2004 the International Maritime Organization (IMO) decided to classify the Baltic Sea as PSSA.
Toxics Action Oil Spill Cleanup in Sweden
5 Jun, 2003
Toxics Action Oil Spill Cleanup in Sweden
Toxics Action Oil Spill Cleanup in Sweden
5 Jun, 2003
Toxics Action Oil Spill Cleanup in Sweden
Toxics Action Oil Spill Cleanup in Sweden
5 Jun, 2003
Toxics Action Oil Spill Cleanup in Sweden
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