The EPA adds sites to its Superfund list, but no budget increase for oversight

Jed Kim Dec 11, 2017
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The EPA adds sites to its Superfund list, but no budget increase for oversight

Jed Kim Dec 11, 2017
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The Environmental Protection Agency has announced 21 new places to be deemed Superfund sites, areas with toxic pollution around the country. Being added to the Superfund list means federal officials oversee the cleanup. Yet the White House budget proposal includes a 30 percent cut for the Superfund program.

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