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A copper-tailings impoundment next to a housing development in Arizona threatens leeching of chemicals into groundwater as seen in the sulfide-tinged pool of rainwater.

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Students and fire-fighting professionals practice extinguishing a chemical fire at the Firemen Training School at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge.

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Hazardous waste clean-up at Rocky Mountian Arsenal NWR. The area was declared a Superfund site because of pollution from a US Gov’t chemical weapons plant.

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Hazardous waste clean-up at Rocky Mountian Arsenal NWR. The area was declared a Superfund site because of pollution from a US Gov’t chemical weapons plant.

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Hazardous waste clean-up at Rocky Mountian Arsenal NWR. The area was declared a Superfund site because of pollution from a US Gov’t chemical weapons plant.

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Barges filled with hazardous chemicals move through the Intercoastal Waterway in Sabine NWR every day. In addition to marsh erosion, one spill could destroy the ecosystem.

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Barges filled with hazardous chemicals move through the Intercoastal Waterway in Sabine NWR every day. In addition to marsh erosion, one spill could destroy the ecosystem.

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Barges filled with hazardous chemicals move through the Intercoastal Waterway in Sabine NWR every day. In addition to marsh erosion, one spill could destroy the ecosystem.

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Barges filled with hazardous chemicals move through the Intercoastal Waterway in Sabine NWR every day. In addition to marsh erosion, one spill could destroy the ecosystem.

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Barges filled with hazardous chemicals move through the Intercoastal Waterway in Sabine NWR every day. In addition to marsh erosion, one spill could destroy the ecosystem.

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Barges filled with hazardous chemicals move through the Intercoastal Waterway in Sabine NWR every day. In addition to marsh erosion, one spill could destroy the ecosystem.

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Chemical barges moving through Sabine NWR, a sensitive wetland habitat.

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Chemical barges moving through Sabine NWR, a sensitive wetland habitat.

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Chemical barges moving through Sabine NWR, a sensitive wetland habitat.

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Chemical barges moving through Sabine NWR, a sensitive wetland habitat.

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