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Environmental Health News
Links to articles in today's press about environmental health. Many more links available today at www.EnvironmentalHealthNews.org
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All was quiet at the Hoosick Falls village board meeting Thursday—until there was no meeting.
Wisconsin is among 12 states getting an "F" for not preventing lead in school drinking water.
A lead-contaminated public housing complex in East Chicago, Indiana could soon become a lead-contaminated vacant lot – and if local and federal officials can’t resolve a key dispute, it might stay that way for a long time.
An oil industry services company will pay $9.5 million in penalties for Gulf of Mexico safety violations and for pollution from a 2012 offshore platform fire that killed three workers.
Modesto appears to have bought itself some time before it may have to release partially treated wastewater that poses a public health risk into the San Joaquin River.
As the cleanup of contaminated land at Whittaker-Bermite winds down, cleanup of contaminated land at Lang Station appears to be ramping up.
If the EU wants to avoid a U-turn on advanced biofuels, then it has come up with a “clear and robust” sustainability framework that will provide policy certainty and investment security, biofuel expert Laura Buffet said in an interview.
Urbanisation is linked to a range of health issues; improving the health of people in cities is a central concern of government and international institutions.
Tens of thousands of children at more than 800 schools, nurseries and colleges in London are being exposed to illegal levels of air pollution that risk causing lifelong health problems, the Guardian can disclose.
Most residents and environmental groups seek alternatives to capping power plant waste at Northern Virginia site.
Oliver Schmidt, 48, a German national and VW’s former top emissions compliance manager for the United States, was arrested last month in Florida and has been in federal custody awaiting his first court appearance in Detroit, where the government’s criminal case is based.
Mecklenburg’s county manager briefed top elected officials in January on the delay in cervical cancer test notifications affecting nearly 200 women. But the lapse wasn’t made public until this week.
Groups cite updated study to claim groundwater flows from Duke Energy coal-ash ponds to Belmont wells.
If correct, the would directly contradict repeated assurances from Duke Energy that ground water at the site flows away from nearby residential neighborhoods in Belmont.
A group of Southeast Side residents and activists met Tuesday night to formulate a plan for confronting the latest threat of pollution in their community, one of Chicago’s most industrialized areas.
George Niland wonders whether he should wear a respirator when he mows his lawn. Serge Myers laments not being able to garden in his backyard. Rob Phillips puzzles over why his 22 acres have been marked as an unblemished island surrounded by a sea of contamination.
Australia's peak professional body for the painting industry has expressed serious concerns about tradespeople who have been issued qualifications to handle toxic materials without the requisite training.
North Hampton, Greenland and Rye residents are worried chemicals leaching from the landfill will contaminate their drinking water wells.
The possibility of changes to Toledo’s controversial lead-safe ordinance reopened floodgates of complaints opponents hurled Thursday at councilmen.
The correlation between food security and national security is a direct one, as recent history shows.
A pregnant woman's exposure to air pollution has adverse effects on her fetus, according to a new international study, with prolonged exposure associated with nearly 1 in 5 premature births globally.