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Niagara Falls Toxic Waste Dump #294117

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 30, 1984
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(Studio) Love Canal toxic waste controversy recalled.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Niagara Falls, New York) Dispute within Environmental Protection Agency over possible leakage at Niagara Falls, New York, toxic waste dump site, designed as regional dump site under agency's superfund cleanup program, examined; films shown. [RESIDENT - is worried.] Delores Frame, living near dump, noted relocating here after losing home in Love Canal debacle. [FRAME - is shocked.] [WOMAN - fears creation of another Love Canal.] [Cecos International Incorporated spokesperson Robert STADELMAIER - denies leakage from site.] Some Environmental Protection Agency officials said concerned that other major toxic waste sites are leaking noted; Alabama dump mentioned as example [EPA analyst William SANJOUR - claims most major commercial hazardous waste sites are leaking.]
REPORTER: Chris Kelley

Kelley, Chris;
Rather, Dan

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