Few tests done at toxic sites after s...

Few tests done at toxic sites after superstorm

There are 3 comments on the Athens Banner-Herald story from Dec 23, 2012, titled Few tests done at toxic sites after superstorm. In it, Athens Banner-Herald reports that:

For more than a month, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has said that the recent superstorm didn't cause significant problems at any of the 247 Superfund toxic waste sites it's monitoring in New York and New Jersey.

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Ninthman

“Obama Shames the USA”

Since: Apr 09

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#1 Dec 24, 2012
The EPA now only exists to push carbon taxing. They no longer care about public health and welfare.
whofuckingcares

Wellsboro, PA

#2 Dec 24, 2012
They are all city trash anyway. I hope they mutate into GOP members.
Ninthman

“Obama Shames the USA”

Since: Apr 09

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#3 Dec 24, 2012
whofuckingcares wrote:
They are all city trash anyway. I hope they mutate into GOP members.
The biggest toxic waste dump is the White House. It's full of shit and so are the people living there.

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