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The Future of Waste and Toxins in Washington (Historical)

Publication number Date Published Date Revised
04-04-015May 2004November 2004
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Author(s) Mears, Nancy
Description Despite the efforts of business, government, and citizens, the total volume of toxic substances entering the environment and our bodies is increasing. This paper discusses myths and misconceptions about waste, toxic chemicals, and the relationships between environmental health and economic vitality.
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Keywords toxics reduction, dangerous waste, beyond waste
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