Toxic waste in Ontario up 500% in five years

November 1999
Natural Life;Nov/Dec99, Issue 70, p12
Reports on the increase in the amount of hazardous waste imported into Ontario from the United States from the period of 1993-1998. Failure of the Ontario government to keep pace with strict regulations being imposed on toxic waste disposal in the US; Increase in the amount of toxic waste being produced by Ontarians.


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