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EPA caught burying data describing the release of toxic substances into the environment

The Acting Inspector General of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has boldly stepped forward to warn Americans that the government department for which he works isn’t being honest with the public about the true level of toxic releases coming from publicly-owned waste treatment facilities.  In an emergency memorandum entitled, “Management Alert: Certain Toxic Release Inventory Data Disclosed to the Public Are Inaccurate,” Charles J. Sheehan revealed that, upon conducting the Audit of the Impact of Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) Late Reporters on the EPA’s Annual TRI National Analysis, the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) came to the conclusion that what the EPA is telling the public about toxic releases, and what’s actually occurring, don’t exactly align.  Read more...



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