Air pollution in Granite City poses high cancer risk
Granite City residents are among the most likely in the nation to contract cancer as a result of breathing toxic air pollution, according to an assessment released Wednesday by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
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#1 Jun 29, 2009
Those figures are not exactly relevant when they are 7 years old. Can't these guys do a better job in getting pollution numbers out more timely???
#2 Feb 6, 2013
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