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Environmental watchdogs want increased scrutiny of groundwater clean-ups at several San Fernando Valley locations, including the Santa Susana Field Lab, because toxic fumes may be seeping into buildings from chemical plumes underground.
They got even more publicity when toxic crusader Erin Brockovitch battled a serious mold outbreak in a California mansion she bought with film earnings.
The investigators are pursuing the issue because of the controversy over proposals to store potentially toxic dredged material on the deep ocean floor.
eIuIteIUs time for Giant to come clean and be truthful about the toxic chemicals that are used at the companyeIUs facilities.
George Reed, who carries very respectable credentials as both a former Army officer with twenty-seven years of experience and a civilian scholar, has at least begun to examine toxic leadership in the U.
In partnership with environmental group BAN Toxics (BT), the DepEd will strengthen its campaign against the use of toxic chemicals in schools by establishing an awareness campaign that will focus on making the school environment safe for children.
The Environment New Jersey report documents and analyzes the dangerous levels of pollutants discharged to America's waters by compiling toxic chemical releases reported to the U.
From the "Queen of Green" comes Toxic Free: How to Protect Your Health and Home from the Chemicals That Are Making You Sick (Tarcher), a newly updated manual designed to ensure you "leave toxics at the door" and out of your home and body.
Washington, June 23 (ANI): Here's another reason to enjoy a glass of red wine: A new research has shown that an organic compound found in the drink - resveratrol - has the ability to neutralize the toxic effects of proteins linked to Alzheimer's disease.
David Brown's seventh book, coauthored with pioneer physician Garry Gordon, looks at one of the critical issues of our time: toxic minerals and their removal through noninvasive means.
However, scientists are increasingly documenting unexpected effects--sometimes disproportionately adverse, sometimes beneficial--at extremely low doses of radiation and toxic chemicals.
After decades of secrecy, Boeing officials have revealed that the former owners of the Santa Susana Field Lab destroyed napalm, dioxin and other highly toxic materials in open-air burn pits, documents obtained Monday show.