Tuesday, 4 May 2010


Yesterday I read in the newspaper that the Coast’s General Direction had ordered the company Fertiberia in Huelva, which has 370 workers, to stop throwing waste into the sea, which the company says will cause its closure. In the 80’s I went to Huelva, together with the journalist Perfecto Conde, sent by the magazine Interviú, to photograph the industrial pollution. Already then, they said that Huelva was the most polluted city in Spain. During the 90’s, I came back to Huelva, with the journalist Albert Cañagueral, to re-shoot the same subject, this time for El Periódico Sunday issue. And I see that, until yesterday, they had not taken measures to stop the terrible pollution. At last!

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