Action At Pier 18 Rubbish Dump, Manilla.

Photo | 25 July, 2013

Members of Greenpeace and the Ecowaste Coalition talk with PhilEco officials. PhilEco owns the Pier 18 dumpsite that is illegally operating on the shores of Manila Bay. Earlier Greenpeace activists aboard inflatables held banners reading: 'This Dumpsite Is Now Closed' &'Stop Ocean Destruction.' The activists also secured a mooring line across Pier 18, blocking the dump's transport barges entry and exit point.

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