NDK Forced to Release Chemical Information
A local manufacturing company has until next Saturday to disclose to the Illinois Attorney Generals office which chemicals may have polluted the water, soil and air after last month's explosion at the company's Belvidere plant.
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#1 Jan 26, 2010
I find a few really interesting things about this:
1-Why do people care NOW what chemicals they have in that building, wasnt that an important questions to ask before they were allowed to build there?
2-Have other disasters in our state alone not tip the city leaders off? I.E:April 24, 2007 Amonia Cloud forces evacuation in Seward; November 24, 2008 Crossville, IL Baker Hughes Petrolite plant explodes releasing chemicals in the air; April 24, 2004 Illipolis, IL plastic plant explodes hazardous fumes released from fire.
3-They wanted to build Chem-tool in Garden Prairie across from elementary school, town revolts forms thier own government just to avoid it.
4-WE STILL CONTINUE TO BUILD MANUFACTURING AND INDUSTRIAL PARKS NEXT TO SCHOOLS?!?!?!? But the supermen of your local government are standing up for us, they demand to know what was released, after the release, and not before a problem occurred. GREAT JOB BELVIDERE YOU GUYS ARE SUPER!
#2 Jan 27, 2010
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