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Atlantic City / Water Pollution #274170

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Oct 04, 1981
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Pleasantville, New Jersey) Environment crisis here due to chemical waste examined; background to "crisis pit" explained. [EPA regional administration Dr. Richard DEWLING - notes dangers from chemicals in water supply.] Extent of crisis outlined. [Otis WHITE - comments on his situation.] [Assistant US attorney Charles WALSH - cites government's position.] Fin. cost to city noted. [Utilities spokesperson Neil GOLDFINE - explains delay in dealing with problem.] [Chamber of Commerce president Steve BATZER - praises state's EPA.] Other chemical waste sites possibly posing same kind of danger noted.
REPORTER: Jerry Landay

Dean, Morton;
Landay, Jerry

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