- What happened to the JAC International-Committee Recommendation (Paz Accord group) to test for Asarco background contamination in our region?
- It is appalling that there is no TCEQ (or EPA) DIOXIN DATA for the communities surrounding this 100 year old custom-smelter which the EPA said illegally burned secret haz-waste for nearly a decade.
- Why can't the EPA or TCEQ tell the JAC committee what poisons remain in our community from that illegal activity. Polonium is a common by-product of some types of smelting -- so why can't we get reports showing the amounts of Polonium here?
- Why are Camino Real Mobility Authority, TXDOT and the City of El Paso planning to build an elevated toll-road over Paisano right by ASARCO --- and over our drinking water supply -- before our Federal State Department ever resolves the 03/2005 State Department's own-observation that the IBWC workers at American Dam (by Asarco and Paisano) are sick and cannot get independent medical review in the region?
Sunday, April 11, 2010
What about the JAC International-Committee Recommendation to the La Paz Accord group to test for Asarco background contamination in our region?
Posted by Elpaso at Sunday, April 11, 2010