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Deer Park Told to Shelter-in-Place, Elevated Benzene Levels

Residents of Deer Park and Galena Park have been ordered to shelter-in-place and avoid going outside as emergency crews work to find the source of elevated benzene levels at the Intercontinental Terminals Co. facility.

Asbestos Confirmed in Manhattan Steam Pipe Explosion

On Thursday morning, a steam pipe ruptured in the flatiron district of Manhattan producing a thick geyser of white smoke and debris that contained asbestos.

Brain Eating Amoeba Found In Louisiana Water System For Third Time in Three Years

A deadly brain eating amoeba has been found in Terrebonne Parish water system for the third time since 2015.

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Deer Park Told to Shelter-in-Place, Elevated Benzene Levels

Residents of Deer Park and Galena Park have been ordered to shelter-in-place and avoid going outside as emergency crews work to find the source of elevated benzene levels at the Intercontinental Terminals Co. facility.

Asbestos Confirmed in Manhattan Steam Pipe Explosion

On Thursday morning, a steam pipe ruptured in the flatiron district of Manhattan producing a thick geyser of white smoke and debris that contained asbestos.

Brain Eating Amoeba Found In Louisiana Water System For Third Time in Three Years

A deadly brain eating amoeba has been found in Terrebonne Parish water system for the third time since 2015.

Train locomotive engine carrying rail cars with empty track in foreground

Train Carrying Molten Sulfur Derails, Causing Hazmat Situation

A train derailment leads to a spill of a harmful chemical near a neighborhood in Lakeland, Florida, spurring a shelter in place order for nearby residents.

Sulfur in Pesticides Might be Linked to Children Developing Lung Problems

There’s evidence to support the claim that children living near fields may develop lung problems due to the presence of sulfur in pesticides used on crops.

Study Shows That Workers Exposed to Pesticides May Be More Likely To Develop COPD

A recent study has provided evidence that workers that are exposed to either pesticides or herbicides may be more likely to develop chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

Popular Dissolvent that Can Kill Without Warning Remains on Market

The EPA is pushing bans on a dangerous dissolvent that can cause fatal blood-oxygen deprivation in less than five minutes. At least one death has occurred since the EPA’s proposal.

Strange Black Dust Raises Concern from Portland Residents

The presence of a strange black dust which is covering homes and vehicles in Portland has left residents wondering if their health is at risk.

1,700 Flint Residents File Lawsuit Against U.S. Government Over Lead Poisoning

Flawed CDC Report on Lead Poisoning Left Children In Indiana Vulnerable

Chemical Leak at Plant Sickens Nearby Residents

Carcinogen Found in Tap Water of More than 200M Americans, says Environmental Group

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