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The Smoldering Trash Revolt

January 21st, 2010

Recycling is leveling off, trash is piling up and cities are broke. In a throwaway society, who should pay for waste disposal? By Melinda Burns, Miller-McCune Magazine Every time a Californian breaks the law and throws a battery into the trash, it’s a headache for someone like Kevin Hendrick. As director of the Del Norte …

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Family: Prison Worker’s Death Caused by Toxic Dust

August 8th, 2008
By Kristin Jone ABC News

Media Center: Press Family: Prison Worker’s Death Caused by Toxic Dust ABC News. August 8th 2008, By KRISTIN JONES Former Officer Suing Unicor for Alleged Toxic Dust Exposure on the Job Dies A former Florida correctional officer suing the Federal Prison Industries for allegedly exposing her to toxic dust on the job died last week. …

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DOJ Investigates a Prison Electronics Recycling Program

July 10th, 2008
By Kristin Jones ABC News

Media Center: Press Prison Work Program May Have Put Hundreds of Prisoners and Workers at Risk July 10th 2008 By KRISTIN JONES, ABC News DOJ Investigates a Prison Electronics Recycling Program Toxic dust from an electronics recycling program run by the federal prison system may have put hundreds of inmates, workers and even their families …

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