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Also dangerous container with batteries overboard at Dutch Wadden
Two of the overboard beaten containers from the vessel MSC Zoe prove to be hazardous substances. That is in a letter from the Dutch minister Cora Van Nieuwenhuizen to the Second Chamber. It relates specifically to 280 bags of each 25 kilograms of dibenzoylperoxide (a substance which is used in the pharmaceutical industry) and to a container with 1,400 kilograms of lithium-ion batteries.

According to the last count of the shipowner are a total of 291 containers overboard struck. 17 containers are in the Netherlands, washed up and recovered, and in the German waters is 1 container found and removed. Approximately 220 containers are found at the bottom of the sea, and along the route above the Dutch Wadden islands.

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According to the minister, are the two containers with dangerous substances yet found. From the storage shed should appear in the already localized containers. “Well, there are three pockets dibenzoylperoxide found, making it clear that the container is open has been hit. The national Institute for public Health and the Environment (RIVM) reports that the health risks of the substance are limited, “as long as the packaging remains intact”.

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