Thursday, August 20, 2015

EPA Causes Second Spill Disaster at Old Georgia Cotton Mill – Lead Levels 20,000 TIMES Above Normal

Via Billy

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HAZARDOUS EXCAVATION: An EPA project results in a broken water main, which flooded toxic dirt into a nearby creek. (Watchdog)The EPA caused a toxic spill of 3 million gallons of poisonous waste into a system of Colorado rivers earlier this month.

 But that wasn’t the EPA’s first toxic spill this year.

The EPA sent deadly sediment into a Georgia water system from an the 19th century Mary Leila Cotton Mill. reported:

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