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JUST IN: EPA reveals high levels of cancer-causing heavy metal near area of massive fishkill - GROUNDWATER CONTAMINATION

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The Environmental Protection Agency collected sediment samples on September 3, 2010 in coastal Louisiana and 'three samples found nickel in exceedance of chronic aquatic benchmarks, and one sample found both nickel and vanadium in exceedance of chronic aquatic benchmarks.'

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Following the link produced a good find on website... by Mike Preston on Friday, Sep 17, 2010 at 9:00:16 PM