A mine in the Umpqua River watershed is a federally designated toxic waste site
after leaking acid pollution degrading 13 miles of salmon and steelhead habitat.
Attorneys for the defendant cited a recent Courier-Journal story outlining the testing of soil in and near what has become the city's newest Superfund toxic waste site
In a recent five-state survey, more than 1,100 public schools were built within a half-mile of a toxic waste site
The company is selling assets ranging from a nine-hole golf course in New Jersey to a toxic waste site
in a former metal foundry in Massena, New York.
The case, described by a federal court as the most complicated environmental cleanup in the world, involved a toxic waste site
referred to as the Stringfellow Acid Pits, located in southern California.
companies who voluntarily clean up a toxic waste site
cannot then sue another company as a potentially responsible party unless the first company is the subject themselves of a lawsuit.
UGA researchers involved in first trial using transgenic trees to help clean up toxic waste site
Twenty-five years after pregnant women and children were evacuated from the neighborhood bordering the Love Canal toxic waste site
, environmental health pioneer Lois Gibbs is poised to launch a national campaign aimed at redirecting the way government and industry regulate environmental hazards in the United States.
Many Canadians have heard of the country's worst toxic waste site
, the Sydney tar ponds, product of the steel industry once central to Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.
As for Gore's discovering the Love Canal toxic waste site
, Gore never said he did.
Canada's most toxic waste site
is going to remain that way for a while longer.
It is possible that the adjustment process of the market in response to the incinerator is different from that in response to a toxic waste site
due, in part, to the way that information is released to the market.