Chemical Spills

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Chemicals in your water: A little is too much
Diemer, Ulli
Article
1984
There is reason to be concerned about the increasing amounts of chemicals in our water.
Lack of regulation behind West Virginia water disaster
Barrickman, Nick
Article
2014
A chemical spill at the Etowah River Terminal, near Charleston, West Virginia, resulted in nearly 300,000 people in the state losing access to drinkable water. Since then, several reports have been re...
Mercury Poisoning
Article
1976
Quaker involvement with the issue of mercury poisoning at White Dog and Grassy Narrows Reserves.
Poor West Virginia? Think Again: Resistance in the Valley of Death
Roselle, Mike
Article
2014
The chemical spill in Charleston, West Virginia has once again put Appalachia on the map. This is what it usually takes. People have to not just die at the hands of the coal and chemical industry, the...

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International Maritime Organization
Shipping is perhaps the most international of the world's industries, serving more than 90 percent of global trade by carrying huge quantities of cargo cost effectively, cleanly and safely. The ownership and management chain surr...