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News - November 15, 2013

EPA: sewer may be source of Evandale toxic hot spots

Testing finds high TCE concentrations in four locations

by Daniel DeBolt

Environmental Protection Agency officials told residents Tuesday that the only plausible explanation so far for the mysterious "hot spots" of sky-high levels of toxics under Evandale Avenue is a leaking sewer line or storm drain — potentially placing the blame on semiconductor manufacturers once located on Whisman Road,

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