Magazine
Groundwater pollution: A silent, insidious invasion

May 25, 1987

A neighborhood suspects the Tucson International Airport, where military aircraft are built and serviced, as the source of cancer-causing pollution.

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A deadly plume threatens Tucson
A neighborhood suspects the Tucson International Airport, where military aircraft are built and serviced, as the source of cancer-causing pollution.

Perspective

The EPA is hunting those who kill by degrees
There are a thousand and one ways to get rid of a drum of hazardous waste, but only a handful of them are legal. Despite shelves of hazardous waste laws and regulations with their well-defined civil and criminal penalties, environmental crime is increasing roughly in proportion to the country's escalating chemical production.

News

EPA rips the Two Forks EIS
The Environmental Protection Agency has given a flunking grade to the draft version of a $30 million environmental impact statement on the Denver metropolitan area's future water supply system.
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