Thursday, October 7, 2010

Toxic Sludge Reaches the Danube

After completely devastating life in the Marcel River, the toxic red sludge (a waste product of making aluminum) that burst out of a metals plant reservoir in Ajka, a town 100 miles southwest of Budapest, has now reached the western branch of the second longest river in Europe - where it will devastate more life and lives than we can possibly imagine as it continues towards the Black Sea.

Read the latest updates on pH levels and other awfulness here.

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