Coal Ash Spill in Lake Michigan Occurs Within Days of New EPA Data on Hazardous Coal Ash Ponds

November 3, 2011 by  
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Researchers concluded that the spill probably doesn’t pose a significant environmental risk, but the ash contained heavy metals like arsenic, lead and mercury.

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Fewer Toxic Toys Discovered by HealthyStuff.org

December 1, 2009 by  
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While the latest toy tests for HealthyStuff.org show some kid’s products contain high levels of lead and other toxins, they also show the number of toxic toys has steadily declined over the years.  

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