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PostPosted: Thu Oct 07, 2010 4:09 am    Post subject: HUNGARY NEWS (Budapest)  Reply with quote




Hungary toxic chemical spill
October  7,  2010  
Hungary chemical sludge threatens Danube, a major European waterway.
They dont know how it was caused.
Now I am thinking of the Gulf of Mexico oil rig that blew up, killing life in the Gulf and changing the world weather patterns.
Emergency workers in Hungary seek to keep toxic red sludge from reaching the Raba and Danube rivers.
The sludge poured from the alumina factory containment pond and rushed through villages, killing 4 people, injuring 120.

Hungary declared a state of emergency in 3 counties.
The sludge is waste produced during bauxite refining and has a strong caustic effect and heavy metal content.
The sludge flood swept cars off roads and damaged bridges and houses, forcing the evacuation of about 500 residents.
Hungary is racing to prevent red chemical sludge from reaching the Danube river and flowing down to * Croatia, Serbia and Romania.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-11491412
http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE69415O20101006
http://video.foxnews.com/v/436058...reatens-danube/?playlist_id=86857

* I listened to a radio report on Croatia.  It has become Islamic. They are radical and fighting American troops in Afganistan and Pakistan.
Huge mosques of similar design as the Ground Zero mosque proposed in New York sit in towns where there are NO MUSLIMS as a monument that that town is Muslim land.
These mosques are funded by Saudi Arabia and training jihad warriors.

PHOTOS of sludge look like pictures from the Gulf of Mexico.  Sad
A flood of toxic sludge in Hungary (horryfying pictures)
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2603425/posts

This link is the Gulf of Mexico BP oil disaster
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Danube toxic sludge operation reaches crucial day
October  8,  2010  
Experts tackling the toxic red sludge from a spill at an industrial plant in Hungary say Friday will be crucial in preventing the spread of pollution.
The alkali sludge reached the Danube on Thursday and emergency workers are pouring huge quantities of clay and acid into streams to neutralise it.
There are now fears toxins from drying sludge could be spread through the air.
A million cubic metres (35m cu ft) of sludge spilled from a reservoir at an alumina plant in Ajka, western Hungary.
Four people were killed and about 100 injured. Three more are missing.
Countries downstream from Hungary, including Croatia, Serbia and Romania, are drawing up emergency plans.

The chief of Hungary's disaster relief services, Tibor Dobson, said it should become clear in the first half of Friday whether the alkaline solution and heavy metals, which started to reach the Danube on Thursday, had continued to rise or started to fall.

Meanwhile, Hungary has asked the EU for urgent help in dealing with the disaster.
In activating the EU Civil Protection Mechanism it is asking for three to five experts with experience in environmental damage and neutralising toxic mud, an EU statement said.
Kristalina Georgieva, EU Commissioner for Crisis Response, added: "Disasters like this do not stop at national borders and a combined European response can help deliver the most effective assistance possible."
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-11498884


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Hungary death toll 7 from the toxic sludge
8 October 2010
The death toll following the spill of a large amount of toxic red sludge from an industrial plant in western Hungary has risen to 7.
Disaster unit chief Tibor Dobson said two bodies had been found near the town of Devecser, but were likely residents missing from Kolontar, a town nearby.
Earlier, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said the River Danube was no longer under threat of widespread pollution.
Mr Orban said the situation had now been brought "under control".
Experts have been pouring large quantities of clay and acid into affected waterways in an effort to neutralise the alkaline pollutants.  VIDEO here
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-11504980


Hungary evacuates village near toxic sludge reservoir
9 October 2010
Rescue team spokesperson Gyorgyi Tottos said the evacuation was a preventive measure
The Hungarian village of Kolontar has been evacuated after new damage was discovered at a burst reservoir that spilled toxic sludge on Monday.
Kolontar is one of the villages most affected by the spill from the reservoir of an alumina plant in Ajka.
The authorities say the damage to the northern wall of the reservoir is minor, but 800 villagers were evacuated early Saturday as a precaution.

At least seven people have died as a result of the accident.
Officials fear that warmer and sunnier weather will create dust that could spread toxins - and possibly low-level radioactive materials - into the atmosphere.
Local people and emergency teams are being urged to wear masks.
Environment Minister Zoltan Illes confirmed that the sludge - which now covers a 41 sq km (16 sq mile) area - had a "high content of heavy metals", including carcinogens arsenic and mercury.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-11506713

Hungary Toxic Sludge compared to BP Gulf Oil disaster
http://www.cnbc.com/id/39570705


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Hungary toxic spill boss arrested  
11 October 2010
The chief executive of the industrial plant at the centre of the toxic sludge spill in Hungary has been taken in for questioning by police.
The arrest of Zoltan Bakonyi was announced by the PM Viktor Orban.
Mr Orban also said the company would be temporarily nationalised and that those responsible for the disaster should bear the financial consequences.
Seven people have so far died from the 4 October spill near Ajka in the west of the country.

About 150 people were also injured after up to 700,000 cubic metres (24.7m cu ft) of toxic by-product from the production of alumina burst from a storage reservoir.
Alumina, used in the production of aluminium, is made from the ore bauxite.
Engineers and disaster relief workers, aided by volunteers, have been racing to finish an emergency dam to contain an expected second spill from the reservoir.
EU experts are helping the Hungarians with the emergency dam, as well as assessing the longer-term impact on the ground water and the soil of the spill.
They are also examining the potential airborne health hazard posed by the mud drying out.

Speaking to parliament, Prime Minister Orban said those affected by the spill must be compensated, jobs at the alumina plant must be preserved, those responsible for the spill should be held accountable and other potentially hazardous industrial sites must be identified.
He said those responsible for the disaster should bear the financial consequences, not the Hungarian taxpayer.
"We need to hold the company responsible for the red sludge spill under state control and its assets under state closure until all of these four tasks are handled," he said.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-11514951


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Mosquitos capable of spreading a potentially deadly virus have been found in Britain for the first time since 1945
Feb. 2012
The culex modestus species was found breeding in ‘significant’ numbers at several marshlands sites in Kent and Essex during 2010 and 2011.
The insects are carriers of the West Nile virus, which can cause neurological disorders and even death.
They are thought to have arrived via foreign ships but the virus has not yet been detected, say scientists.
‘It’s not clear how long this species of mosquito has been in the UK,’ said Nick Golding, of Oxford University and the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology.
http://www.metro.co.uk/news/88992...o-uk-after-67-years#ixzz1m2Ojlg7J
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Hungary opposed to EU sanctions against Russia
Mar 28, 2014
 - Hungary is against the EU imposing a round of economic sanctions on Russia over Ukraine, Prime Minister Viktor Orban has said. “Economic sanctions are in the third round and it would be fortunate to avoid these because it is not in the interests of either Europe, or much less Hungary,” Orban was quoted as saying by the business daily Vilaggazdasag on Friday. Hungary relies on Russia for about 80 percent of its natural gas needs, and Russia is also Hungary's largest trading partner outside the EU.
http://rt.com/news/line/2014-03-28/#57809
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Hungary suspends gas supplies to Ukraine
Sept 26, 2014  
Hungary gas pipeline FGSZ suspended delivery of gas to Ukraine indefinitely.
Ukraine has been receiving gas from Hungary, Poland and Slovakia since Russia cut off supplies to Ukraine in June over unpaid bills.

FGSZ said it cut deliveries to Ukraine to raise the flow of gas to Hungary.
With winter approaching fears are mounting that Ukraine will be unable to heat homes and power industry without Russian gas.
Hungary expects Hungarian winter demand for gas imports to increase.
http://www.bbc.com/news/business-29374151

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Putin visits Hungary
February 17, 2015
 -  Vladimir Putin on state visit to Hungary, an EU state.  Energy issues are expected to top the agenda.  Putin is visiting Prime Minister Viktor Orban in Budapest.

Russia is Hungary’s largest trade partner outside of the 28-nation EU,. Budapest is highly dependent on Russian energy, both gas and oil refined products.  Russia supplies 80% of the oil products and 70 percent of the natural gas consumed by Hungary.

Orban has been criticized in the west due to his close economic cooperation with Russia. Orban, in turn, is critical of the EU for alienating Russia.
http://rt.com/news/232631-putin-hungary-turkish-stream


Hungary and Russia seek closer ties
February 18, 2015
-  Russia sees Hungary as a strategic partner in energy projects.
Both Hungary and Russia need each other and are interested in reliable gas supplies and transit.  Good relations serve the interests not only of Hungary, but all Europe.
Isolation of Moscow is not practical, Europe not competitive without Russia.
http://rt.com/news/233263-russia-hungary-energy-gas


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Hungary makes nuclear deal with Russia
March 3, 2015
Hungary has approved legislation making secret for 30 years key details of a contract with Russia to expand its only nuclear power plant.
The government says the measure, which applies to business and technical aspects of the scheme for Russia's Rosatom to build two new reactors at the Paks power plant, is needed for national security reasons and is in line with similar guidelines in other European countries. The reactors will provide about half of Hungary's electricity.
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4632963,00.html

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