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Toxic Sludge Flood in Hungary 

Toxic Sludge Flood in Hungary 

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10/12/2010 
Greenpeace campaigners conduct an air pollution monitoring in the city of Devecser, in the aftermath of the toxic sludge flood occurred on the 4th of October which was caused by the rupture of a red sludge reservoir at an alumina plant in western Hungary.
Activists hold a banner and inform people living in the affected area about the danger and toxicity of the dried sludge, containing a highly toxic mixture of heavy metals. 
Cleaning Toxic Sludge in Hungary
12 October, 2010 
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Dried Toxic Sludge in Hungary
12 October, 2010 
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Monitoring Air Pollution in Hungary
12 October, 2010 
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Informing Local People in Hungary
12 October, 2010 
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Greenpeace Activist in Hungary
12 October, 2010 
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Air Pollution in Hungary
12 October, 2010 
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Informing Local People in Hungary
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