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A Toxic Flood: Why We Need Stronger Regulations to Protect Public Health from Industrial Water Pollution

A Toxic Flood: Why We Need Stronger Regulations to Protect Public Health from Industrial Water Pollution

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The report shows that leading energy and chemical manufacturing companies are dumping massive amounts of toxic chemicals into surface waters, putting in danger the lives and wellbeing of those exposed to the resulting pollution.
The report shows that leading energy and chemical manufacturing companies are dumping massive amounts of toxic chemicals into surface waters, putting in danger the lives and wellbeing of those exposed to the resulting pollution.

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Published by: Food and Water Watch on May 17, 2013
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 Why We Need Stronger Regulations to ProtectPublic Health From Industrial Water Pollution
 
Food & Water Watch works to ensure the food, water and fish weconsume is safe, accessible and sustainable. So we can all enjoyand trust in what we eat and drink, we help people take charge ofwhere their food comes from, keep clean, affordable, public tapwater flowing freely to our homes, protect the environmental qualityof oceans, force government to do its job protecting citizens, andeducate about the importance of keeping shared resources underpublic control.
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The Political Economy Research Institute is an independent unitof the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Since its foundingin 1998, PERI has become a leading source of research and policyinitiatives on issues of environmental equity, clean-energyeconomics, globalization and the developing world, financialmarkets, living wages and decent work. The guiding ethos ofPERI is to do rigorous academic research that is broadly acces-sible, directly engaged with crucial economic policy issues, andmaintains an abiding commitment to egalitarian values.
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Execuive Summary .............................................2Inroducion ...................................................4The Mos Hazardous Indusrial Waer Polluers in he Unied Saes ....5The MosHazardous Indusrial Waer Polluans ....................6Wheres he Risk? The Mos Threaened Saes and Mero Areas .......7Conclusion and Recommendaions ................................8Appendix ....................................................10Endnoes .....................................................11
 Why We Need Stronger Regulations to ProtectPublic Health From Industrial Water Pollution

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