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West Europe / Rhine River Pollution #547674

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 30, 1986
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(Studio: Chris Wallace) Report introduced.

(Basel, Switzerland: Brian Stewart) Pol. aftermath to last month's chemical pollution of Rhine River by Swiss firm featured; details given, scenes shown. [Resident Otto SCHNEPF, Greenpeace spokesperson Stefan WEBER - cite public's need for protection against such disasters.] Switzerland's reevaluation of controls on chemical industry explained. [Teacher Madeline MYER - cites fear for future.] [OFFICIAL - cites consequences of Swiss trust of their technocracy.] [Sandoz Limited spokesperson Dr. Hans-Peter ZIGG - agrees company needs to reestablish public confidence.] River's importance to Basel noted.

Stewart, Brian;
Wallace, Chris

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