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Roundup – Ben & Jerry’s, Exxon, Goldman Sachs

EPA, Exxon settle hazardous waste case in Texas

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2 thoughts on “Roundup – Ben & Jerry’s, Exxon, Goldman Sachs

  1. ExonMobil has many environmental pollution problems. It would be cheaper for them to find ways to perminately dispose of their hazardous wastes therefore preventing pollution, health hazards, and EPA fines. Asbestos permiates these process facilities. Their is a simple EPA approved method to get rid of asbestos perminately. If Exxon did this it would be one less hazard it had to deal with.

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