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Caption: BP chemical plant at Salt End on Humberside. This plant produces acetic acid. It is vulnerable to coastal flooding, and although sea defences were constructed some years ago, climate change driven sea level rise and increased stormy weather, leaves it vulnerable to inundation.

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Chemical plant

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