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Eye On America (Cincinnati, Ohio: Sewer System and Toxic Chemicals) #340761

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 14, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Cincinnati: Bob Faw) Dumping of toxic chemicals in Cincinnati, Ohio, sewer system featured. [Ohio Environmental Council Rick SAHLI, environmental attorney D. David ALTMAN, Clean Water Action Henry COLE, resident Susan IMM - talk about impact of dumping.] Pounds of toxic waste discharged annually in other cities noted; excerpt shown from campaign ad of Cincinnati Mayor Dwight Tillery. [TILLERY - talks about the problem.] Past relationship between toxic waste-producing companies and Cincinnati sewer district noted. [President, Chamber of Commerce John WILLIAMS - comments.] Sewer district records on enforcement of regulations cited. [Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency Donald SCHREGARDUS, ALTMAN - talk about inadequate enforcement.] [Cincinnati city manager Gerald NEWFARMER - says system is working.] [Resident Travis KUBALI - comments.]

Faw, Bob;
Rather, Dan

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