`Environmental Racism': It Could Be A Messy FightJulia Flynn Siler
No wonder the folks at Chemical Waste Management Inc. were pumped up after winning approval in January to build California's first commercial toxic-waste incinerator. Since 1987, they had been haggling with state and county officials to get permission to burn hazardous waste at their Kettleman Hills dump site in the rural San Joaquin Valley.
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