EPA OKs more hazardous waste for Calif. toxic dump

Associated Press: The Environmental Protection Agency says a central California landfill that local residents blame for birth defects can continue accepting hazardous waste. The landfill next to Kettleman City is run by Waste Management. In a letter released by the company on Wednesday, the EPA says it decided to allow more hazardous waste after an area where cancer-causing PCBs were found was cleaned up. But the letter says Waste Management must find the source of other PCBs, or polychlorinated ......

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