Stringfellow Acid Pits - Research Article from Environmental Encyclopedia

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Contaminated Soil; Groundwater Pollution; Hazardous Waste Site Remediation; Hazardous Waste Siting; Storage and Transport of Hazardous Materials

Resources

Gorman, T. "A Tainted Legacy: Toxic Dump Site in Riverside County Has Sparked the Nation's Largest Civil Suit." Los Angeles Times (January 10, 1993): A3.

Madigan, N. "Largest-Ever Toxic-Waste Suit Opens in California." New York Times (February 5, 1993): B16.

Mydans, S. "Settlements Reached on Toxic Dump in California." New York Times (December 24, 1991): A11.

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