Environmental Health News
The short answer is yes, but it depends on the type and amount of fish and which part of the river it comes from.
Cancer-causing dioxins leached from a Superfund site along a Texas river during Hurricane Harvey flooding, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said, triggering calls on Friday for the toxic waste to be permanently moved.
Minden residents are dying of cancer and there is a known carcinogen stalking the neighborhood.
A proposed plan to pump water through a horizontal well into the contaminated groundwater beneath the affected homes to dilute the contamination, but not remove it sounds suspect, to say the least.
Some have argued that consensus messaging is counter-productive. Here’s why they’re wrong.
New ozone pollution rules are taking effect that are aimed at reducing medical costs and saving lives. But those regulations are the same ones that the Trump administration had wanted to rewrite and to delay.