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Resource ID: #13074
Subject: Pollution
Source: Star-Ledger (Newark, N.J.)


After nearly three years of work and $19 million, the former White Chemical Plant in Newark still looks like a toxic waste site, one of the 107 in New Jersey that were supposed to be cleaned up under the ambitious federal Superfund program. This is just one of the Star-Ledger's examples of the mixture of litigation, bureaucracy and environmental zealotry that has poisoned the program. ( May, 1996)

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