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Common Effluent Treatment Plants Don't Work

Publication | August 14, 2001 at 6:00

The following report poses questions and answers to expose why CETPs do not work. They also make an argument for stopping all further investments in this ineffective technology and focus instead on real solution that take us on the path to clean...

lndustrial Pollution in Pasig River

Publication | July 18, 2001 at 6:00

In September 1999, Greenpeace collected wastewater and sediment samples from and around the effluent outlets of two factories – Chemphil and Republic Asahi. The samples were analyzed at the Greenpeace Research Laboratories at the University of...

STOP TOXIC TRADE! Demand a Toxic-free Asia

Publication | July 18, 2001 at 6:00

A briefing paper on Toxic Trade and the Basel Ban

NEXT TIME TRY RECYCLING: Why dumpsites and landfills represent a grave environmental...

Publication | July 18, 2001 at 6:00

A briefing paper on landfills.


Publication | July 18, 2001 at 6:00

A briefing paper on clean production.

US Toxic Legacies: Toxic Hotspots in Clark and Subic

Publication | July 18, 2001 at 6:00

A briefing paper on the lethal legacy of toxic wastes brought about by irresponsible use, storage and disposal of hazardous materials including persistent organic pollutants such as Poly Chlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) and organochlorine pesticides.

Genetically Engineered Fish: Swimming Against the Tide of Reason

Publication | June 22, 2001 at 6:00

This briefing examines the development of genetically engineered (GE) fish, which could soon be produced on a commercial scale. It concludes that the physical containment of these fish cannot be guaranteed and any escapes into the environment...

Questions and Answers About Genetically-Engineered Fish

Publication | June 22, 2001 at 6:00

What you always wanted to know about GE Fish but didn't know who to ask.

Toxic Legacies; Poisoned Futures

Publication | June 19, 2001 at 6:00

This report is the result of a three-month investigation by Greenpeace of the status of POPs in seven countries in Asia. Currently, very little information exists in a compiled form regarding the most pressing POP problems in As ian countries.

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