TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - The federal government plans to launch a $1.7 billion cleanup of a stretch of the Passaic River in New Jersey where Agent Orange was made and where mercury and DDT remain. The plan, unveiled Friday in Newark, has the support of ...View Complete Story
The EPA release cited the Diamond Alkali facility in Newark as a “major source of dioxin in the river, where the production of Agent Orange and pesticides during the 1960s generated dioxin that contaminated the land and the river.” The release ...
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If I had access to the Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind experience, I would wipe this entire season from memory. Abby, thankfully, was the proxy for all of us, telling them to get it together and clean the fuck up. Literally. When Charlie and ...View Complete Story
Among the worst of the poisons is dioxin, generated in part by a plant in Newark that produced Agent Orange and other deadly pesticides during the 1960s. Now, after years of study, the Environmental Protection Agency has proposed a cleanup plan for a ...View Complete Story