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    KGBT-TV (Harlingen, Texas) finds that community's water system has high levels of DDT and other pesticides; officials knew of health hazards but kept information from the public, 1981. (script only)
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    Saginaw (Mich.) News runs series on worker health hazards due to cobalt dust, which is used as a metal-gluing agent at the GTE Valeron company, October - December 1984.
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    Newsday does series on refuse disposal and the rising costs and health hazards associated with it; wasted metals and energy and poisonous chemicals leaking from dumps are possible results, 1978. Diamond NY pollution