Pollution, sickness and death in a village of Henan

Chinese 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.

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九號 says:

we should treasure our earth.

Posted 2013-03-03 at 18:05 Flag abuse Reply

九號 says:

we should treasure our earth.

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