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Midwest Toxins Rival Katrina

When levels of arsenic, cadmium, vanadium, and lead were tested in flooded Midwestern homes, totals were substantially higher than the maximum levels that the Environmental Protection Agency considers safe. It is not unexpected, since floodwaters are known to contain sewage, … Continue reading

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Katrina over? Not by a long shot

Mold is the heritage of standing water. Toxic mold. They say the mold in New Orleans smells like death. Parts of the lower ninth ward still look like a war zone. Razed lots, debris, house after ramshackle boarded over house. … Continue reading

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