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After Florence: Improving the Management of Toxic Materials

Updated: Oct 9, 2018


After a typhoon hit Fukushima, Japan, in 2011, it left radioactive contamination in its wake. Last year, it was Houston’s petrochemical industry that caught fire, got flooded, and leaked toxic chemicals into that region’s streets and waterways. And this year it’s poisons from North Carolina’s pig farms and coal burning power plants. As Glenn Thrush and Kendra Pierre-Louis reported in the New York Times last week:

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