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EPA finds high levels of toxic vapors in NASA building

Original post made on Jun 1, 2012

A building occupied by facilities workers at NASA Ames Research Center has 10 times the limit of toxic vapors coming from an underground plume, according to recent tests by the Environmental Protection Agency.

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Posted by rem
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on Jun 1, 2012 at 2:13 pm

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That plume has been known about for a LONG TIME.

Why don't we have some honesty from Navy and NASA that THEY want to get rid of certain buildings on Moffett. CAN YOU SAY - HANGER ONE. Plus others that were built in the late thirty. HANGER ONE WAS BUILT IN 1935..

I would like to see a medical report of how many "workman comp" claims and other medical reports that have been filed in the past 75 years. Yes I said 75 years..

Reskinning HANGER ONE IS A JOKE. Next NASA and Navy will say there is to much "rust"....

Let's have some honesty - Navy and NASA !!!!

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