Investigation into Effect of Pollutant Found in Ocean Co. Water
December 15, 2010 Leave a comment
By Ed Rodgers
Federal researchers are trying to determine if a pollutant, san trimer, is responsible for elevated numbers of childhood cancer in one New Jersey town. San trimer is a byproduct of the manufacture of plastics. The federal Environmental Protection Agency says waste containing san trimer was dumped at the Reich superfund site by Union Carbide.
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