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Toxic Waste and Materials News



UXOInfo.com
3/30/2017

Hanover, Germany One of the biggest evacuations in post-WWII history could be about to take place in Hanover, after several war-era bombs were discovered in the capital of Lower Saxony. EOD are assessing the find to determine just many bombs are bur

A heritage-listed house in Hobart will be the subject of legal action next month after the owner started demolition without a permit.
Ecointerests
3/30/2017

6 Photos That Show What U.S. Looked Like Before Environmental Protection Laws
International Business Times: Without environmental regulations, the United States would be covered in toxic waste, our water would be filthy and no trees or animals
Ecointerests
3/30/2017

EcoWatch: California has finalized its decision designating glyphosate, the main ingredient in the pesticide Roundup, as a known human carcinogen. Proposition 65

Energy Environ. Sci., 2017, Accepted ManuscriptDOI: 10.1039/C7EE00287D, PaperRamona Gutkowski, Chinmay Khare, Felipe Conzuelo, Yasin Kayran, Alfred Ludwig, Wolfgang SchuhmannThe influence of co-deposited transition metals X (X = Ta, W, Nb) with vari

A study shows that a newly characterized protein could protect plants from toxicity potentially saving U.S. farmers millions annually.
Shale Markets
3/30/2017

By _Offshore_Energy_Today_ Russia’s largest privately-held oil company Lukoil and Gazprom Neft have conducted a joint exercise “Arctic-2017” to simulate oil spill response in ice conditions in the Arkhangelsk region. Lukoil said on Tuesday tha

Bill Nye will join the March for Science
“Science guy” Bill Nye will join Mona Hanna-Attisha, the doctor who helped expose lead poisoning in Flint, Mich., and Lydia Villa-Komaroff, a molecular biologist who helped develop the technique for making insulin, in headlining the upcoming March f
DNA Info
3/30/2017

Calls to the EPA to renew funding have been met with "silence," the superfund cleanup's manager said.

Hanford drill tests emergency preparedness teams



Regulator responding to Husky oil spill in Canada s Alberta

Regulator responding to Husky oil spill in Canada


Toxicity of metals from River Deba sediments

Toxicity of metals from River Deba sediments


Metal Transfer among Organs Following Short- and Long-Term Exposures Using Autoradiography: Cadmium Bioaccumulation by the Freshwater Prawn Macrobrachium australiense

Metal Transfer among Organs Following Short- and


Alberta backcountry user groups alarmed after oil spill in Kananaskis Country

Alberta backcountry user groups alarmed after oil


Pro-vaccine study finds that flu shots barely work at all in people over age 50

Pro-vaccine study finds that flu shots barely work




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