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Wildfire: Red slurry's toxic dark side - The Denver Post
The hundreds of thousands of gallons of red slurry that air tankers are dropping on Colorado forests to shield mountain houses from wildfires has a downside: It is toxic. Laced with ammonia and nitrates, it has the potential to kill fish and taint water supplies.
droughts  wildfires  toxic  chemical  Colorado  environment  pollution 
august 2012 by dissident
A Neighborhood in Peril: Dangerous chromium spreads through Garfield groundwater - NorthJersey.com
A highly toxic industrial chemical has been spreading under a Garfield neighborhood for almost three decades, slowly seeping into homes and threatening the health of thousands.
environment  leak  cancer  pollution  health  toxic  New_Jersey  corporate_abuse  regulation  hexavalent_chromium  oversight 
november 2011 by dissident
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