As the largest landfill burned tires in Europe
• As the largest landfill burning tires in Europe
11.4 hectares, 70 thousand tons of tires a few dozen kilometers from the Spanish capital - the largest tire dump in Europe, 40% of which are lit up.
This place is situated in the area of the municipality of Seseña (Toledo province, autonomous community of Castilla-La Mancha). Prior to the doorstep of the capital.
As usual, environmentalists have warned for many years, but the authorities did nothing. (Photo by Pedro Armestre):
(Photo by Pedro Armestre):
A huge column of black smoke towered over the dump of tires and was visible for several kilometers. Medical experts warn that it concentrated toxic substances can be bad for health. (Photo by Sergio Perez | Reuters):
The local authorities have raised the level of danger to the second, which means bringing to extinguish the fire seaplane. (Photo by Sergio Perez | Reuters):
Here is the biggest dump burning tires in Europe from Madrid. (Photo: Gerard Julien):
Although the side in the pictures it looks nice. Spain, 13 May 2016. (Photo (Photo by Sergio Perez | Reuters):
It looks like a film about the apocalypse. (Photo by Ismael Herrero):
Residential building in the mist. (Photo by Pedro Armestre):
atmospheric pressure. (Photo by Pedro Armestre):
It seems that the residents of high-rise buildings have hard times. But there is - it is a "ghost town" in the municipality of Seseña, where burning tires. (Photo by Pedro Armestre):
All these houses are empty, we go down there again. (Photo by Pablo Blazquez Dominguez):
(Photo by Pablo Blazquez Dominguez):
millions of old tires, treads still look quite normal, we have to be such a long time traveled. (Photo by Pablo Blazquez Dominguez):
And this is a ghost town, near which burned largest tire dump in Europe. All the windows and entrances sealed. (Photo by Jasper Juinen):
On the streets empty. (Photo by Oli Scarff):
In the empty apartment residential complexes there is an empty pool. (Photo by Oli Scarff):
A single window. Someone snuck in canned building and living, watching from above, the burning tire dump. (Photo by Jasper Juinen):
This is a huge pile of tires began to emerge here in the 90s. in 2003. The dump was outlawed.