The state “already knows groundwater on the plant site contains a hazardous stew of vinyl chloride, trichloroethylene (TCE), tetrachloroethylene, arsenic, lead and cadmium. The question is whether it has spread.” According to federal records, “the Pinellas sheriff’s office’s Environmental Crimes Division initially notified the EPA in 1992, saying the site ‘posed a threat to the community.'”
The EPA initiated a cleanup, but “there is no indication the sheriff’s office or EPA” alerted nearby residents.
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