Here in New Jersey, huge sums of money will have to be spent to clean up the Passaic River, one of the most contaminated stretches of water in the world. Toxicants in the river include dioxin, a chemical suspected of causing cancer. It was dumped in the water by a manufacturer of Agent Orange during the war in Vietnam.
Full Article by John Pajak, Vice President, Teamsters Local 877 & WEC President and Amy Goldsmith. Director, NJ Clean Water Action & WEC Board member.
April 25, 2014 – The Star Ledger