Monsanto Slammed With Yet Another PCB Contamination Lawsuit as Company Profits Slump

EcoWatch: Embattled agritech giant Monsanto is facing fresh litigation over harm caused by polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), a highly toxic chemical that the company manufactured decades ago. The city of Oakland, California filed a lawsuit that holds Monsanto accountable for allegedly contaminating of the city`s storm water as well as the San Francisco Bay with PCBs. Before focusing its operations on agrotechnology and supplying the world with its genetically modified seeds, Monsanto was the primary......

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