Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Water-Pollution-in-Henan-27MZIFLMENGC.htmlConceptually similarPollution Victim in HenanGP0206LCompleted★★★★Expectant Couple in HenanGP01Z2FCompleted★★★★Expectant Couple in HenanGP01Z2GCompleted★★★★★★★Grieving Woman in HenanGP01Z2ICompleted★★★★Pollution Victim in HenanGP0206PCompleted★★★★Mother and Child in HenanGP01Z2JCompleted★★★★★★Child with Grandfather in HenanGP0206OCompleted★★★★Man with Tumor in HenanGP01Z2HCompleted★★★★Polluted Water in HenanGP01Z2ECompleted★★★★View AllGP0206NWater Pollution in HenanEx-village head Zhang Jinzhu of Zhao Lin Village is writing the list of 32 dead villagers from 2008 to Apr. 2009, in which 80% died of cancer. He believes water pollution has something to do with it. Zhao Lin village, Wugang City, is located near Hong River.Locations:Asia-China-HenanDate:18 Apr, 2009Credit:© Greenpeace / Lu GuangMaximum size:3200px X 4130pxRestrictions:UNDER LICENSE FROM LU GUANG ON THE CONDITION THAT IMAGES ARE STRICTLY FOR GREENPEACE WEB AND GREENPEACE INTERNAL PUBLICATION USE ONLY. NO DISTRIBUTION TO THIRD PARTIES. NO WEB SHARING SITES, ADVERTISING OR REDISTRIBUTION.Keywords:Close ups-Death-Hands-Health-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Text-Toxics (campaign title)-Villages-Writing (activity)Shoot:Toxic Industry Waste Water in HenanChinese people living in Zhangyuzhuang village in Henan Province, suffer serious illnesses as a result of toxic waste water from the local industry. The cluster of paper and chemical factories about 15km upstream is discharging polluted waste water into the stream used by the villagers. To protect the health of the local population and the environment Greenpeace is calling for zero discharge of hazardous chemicals.