EPA reports on initial fi.....
Scientists with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency have reported toxic substances found in the air outside Follansbee Middle School and two other West Virginia schools are not sufficient to create short-term health concerns.
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#1 Nov 9, 2009
This is just wonderful! I would smell the air when I first moved here but thought to myself, the EPA has standards that the industries had to meet, so we are safe. Now my son is being exposed to what is probably a carcinogen. That is really screwed up, I have to say the EPA was more than likely getting paid off to ignore the numbers at the cost of our children. I wish that people would see this and move out and cost the industry it's life. Unfortunately, people won't do that, not even for their children. If I wasn't in contract for the next five years with the mortgage company I would leave and not support their business. I will be leaving the instant I can! This is BS! And I am mad!
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