Oil and Water Mix in California

Miller, Jeremy
December 2010
High Country News;12/6/2010, Vol. 42 Issue 21, p14
The article focuses on the issue regarding the mixing of oil and water in Kern County, California. It mentions the adverse effects of toxic pollution to the crops and other agricultural products. Farm owner Fred Starrh notes the presence of boron, chloride, and radiation. Furthermore, the move of the county government in regulating the toxic is also discussed.


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