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Puerto Ricans pump drinking water from hazardous-waste: report.

Puerto Ricans pump drinking water from hazardous-waste: report

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Climate

Senate to weigh key EPA nominees with close ties to chemical, fossil fuels industries.

By Brady Dennis October 4 at 9:42 AM

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Toxics

What if DuPont had gone green in North Carolina?

By Catherine Clabby

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Toxics

Trump's pick for EPA safety chief argued kids are less sensitive to chemical toxicity.

MICHAEL DOURSON, THE toxicologist who will be the subject of a confirmation hearing on Wednesday for what many consider the second most powerful post at the Environmental Protection Agency, has been hired by industry to consult on at least 30 of the chemicals he may be responsible for reviewing if he assumes office.

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Opinion

Endocrine disruptors: A guilty definition.

DISCLAIMER: All opinions in this column reflect the views of the author(s), not of EURACTIV.com PLC.

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Editorial

Pompton Lakes plan has risks.

Forgive the people of Pompton Lakes for being skeptical about the questionable pilot plan being floated to keep cancer-causing contamination that migrated off a nearby DuPont site from vaporizing up into their basements. You see, there is a history – in this case a long and painful history – regarding environmental cleanup in Pompton Lakes.

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Bhopal nocturne

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