Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Pier-18-Rubbish-Dumpsite-in-Manilla-27MZIFVBULM8.htmlConceptually similarPier 18 Rubbish Dumpsite in ManillaGP04P98Completed★★★★Pier 18 Rubbish Dumpsite in ManillaGP04P99Completed★★★★Pier 18 Rubbish Dumpsite in ManillaGP04P9FCompleted★★★★Pier 18 Rubbish Dumpsite in ManillaGP04P9CCompleted★★★★Action at Pier 18 Rubbish Dumpsite in ManillaGP04P9OCompleted★★★★Action at Pier 18 Rubbish Dumpsite in ManillaGP04P9PCompleted★★★★Personnel at Pier 18 Rubbish Dumpsite in ManillaGP04P97Completed★★★★Pier 18 Rubbish Dumpsite in ManillaGP04P9NCompleted★★★★Action at Pier 18 Rubbish Dumpsite in ManillaGP04P9RCompleted★★★★View AllGP04P9QPier 18 Rubbish Dumpsite in ManillaA man from the Pier 18 dumpsite swims in the polluted waters. The dumpsite is illegally operating off the shores of Manila Bay. The facility violates existing laws such as the Ecological Solid Waste Management Act (RA 9003), the Clean Water Act (RA 8275) and the Clean Air Act (RA 8749). Greenpeace and EcoWaste Coalition are calling for the immediate closure of the dump, as well as for its clean-up and rehabilitation.Locations:Manila-Manila Bay-Philippines-Southeast AsiaDate:25 Jul, 2013Credit:© Steve De Neef / GreenpeaceMaximum size:2246px X 3000pxKeywords:Danger-Day-Defending Our Oceans (campaign title)-Dumping-Dumps-Illegal-KWCI (GPI)-Landfills-Marine pollution-Oceans (campaign title)-One person-Outdoors-People-Rubbish-Swimming-Waste disposal-Waste management-Water pollutionShoot:MY Esperanza in the PhilippinesThe Greenpeace ship MY Esperanza is in the Philippines for a three week journey starting in the Visayas and ending in Manila. The ship, on her Philippine leg of the “Ocean Defenders Tour of South East Asia 2013”, will tell the story of the richness and the beauty of the Philippine seas, expose destruction that causes marine degradation and call for urgent government action to protect its rich biodiversity.