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‘Huge concentrations of toxins’ found in soil around Grenfell Tower

Huge concentrations of potentially carcinogenic toxins have been found in the soil around Grenfell Tower, a leading toxicology expert has claimed. Professor Anna Stec’s study puts the thousands of peo... read more

Coastal California Fog Carries Toxic Mercury, Study Finds

New research out of the University of California, Santa Cruz shows that the moist air also carries methylmercury, an especially toxic ... found in fog is only a tiny fraction of that. Nonetheless, the ... read more

Study finds health threats from oil and gas wastewater spread on roads

But a new study found the practice — which the state recently ended — could threaten environmental and public health by leaching metals, salts, and radioactive materials into surface or groundwater, n... read more

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Drugs in the environment affect plant growth

The drugs we release into the environment are likely to have a significant impact on plant growth, finds a new study nled by the University ... can be affected by these chemicals – even at the very lo... read more


Chemicals in drinking water worry residents in Marana

That’s a big ... study from the Agency for Toxic Substances Disease Registry are followed. Dioxane was found in 10 of the 11 samples, at levels ranging from 0.22 to 4.7 parts per billion. Six samples ... read more

Mercury contamination could do big harm to migrating birds, William and Mary professor finds

Specifically, they found that methylmercury concentrations ... big surge of mercury into their brain." Cristol co-authored a report on these findings that just appeared in the journal "Scientific Repo... read more

Researchers warn of legacy mercury in the environment

This illustration shows how quickly a drop of mercury released into the atmosphere (top row), soil (middle), or ocean (bottom) finds its way ... for the full burden of legacy mercury in the environmen... read more

After Decades of Acid Rain Damage, Northeastern Forests Are Finally Making a Comeback

The study, published today in Environmental Science and Technology, finds that aluminum concentrations (a telltale ... with aluminum levels dropping and soil pH increasing. In certain sites, Lawrence ... read more

Nanomaterials Could Mean More Algae Outbreaks for Wetlands, Waterways

But when combined with nutrient runoff from fertilized cropland and manure-filled pastures, these “nanopesticides” could also mean more toxic algae outbreaks for nearby streams, lakes and wetlands, a ... read more

Nanomaterials could mean more algae outbreaks for wetlands, waterways: High tech metal particles may inadvertently take a toll on aquatic life

But when combined with nutrient runoff from fertilized cropland and manure-filled pastures, these "nanopesticides" could also mean more toxic algae outbreaks for nearby streams, lakes and wetlands, a ... read more

Studies find tainted water entering river, but harm to fish "unlikely"

While naphthalene levels have spiked, the department stressed its 2014 study found concentrations ... contaminated soil, which initial estimates say could cost up to $300 million. He said trying inste... read more



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