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Hi! From me today a piece of Hungarian chemistry.

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The chemical plant was built originally in 1876, produced and produces now a lot of types of organic and non-organic materials, industrial and service chemicals (chlor and hydrochloric acid, bleaches, clues, many pesticides). From 1968 to 1987 it produced tetrachlorethylene, and waists from this production were buried right here on the territory as well as phosphorus-containing waists. They were contained without any security, old barrels were broken. Not to let a fire begin (it would be really a disasterous fire) in hot weather workers poured the barrels with water. Because of that a lot of poisonous stuff went to the ground. In 1992 on the plant there was a heavy explosion, three people were injured. Only in 2005 the city became seriously interested in the problem of pollution. In 2008 the company became a bankrupt. Formally they still existed but in reality nobody was to clean the territory. The factory that now uses some buildings on this territory was fined several times. In 2011 European Union paid some money for devastation but the majority of money was stolen. The government didn't want to sell this territory because of some fear that some company could buy it for tiny money but wouldn't clean anything. Only in 2015 2800 tonns of poisonous chemicals were removed from the factory.

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Inside it smells like hell, impossible to be there more than an hour.

 

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Quite unpleasant place to stay but interesting for photos.

 

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This is all, I hope you'd like it!

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