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July 21, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Federal and state environmental officials announced an agreement intended to pave the way for the cleanup of the dioxin-contaminated ghost town of Times Beach, Mo., after seven years of study and negotiations. The EPA announced in St. Louis that a cleanup agreement had been reached with Syntex Agribusiness Inc., a chemical and animal health company. Under the settlement, Syntex will burn the tons of dioxin-tainted soil from Times Beach and 27 other sites in eastern Missouri.
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July 21, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Federal and state environmental officials announced an agreement intended to pave the way for the cleanup of the dioxin-contaminated ghost town of Times Beach, Mo., after seven years of study and negotiations. The EPA announced in St. Louis that a cleanup agreement had been reached with Syntex Agribusiness Inc., a chemical and animal health company. Under the settlement, Syntex will burn the tons of dioxin-tainted soil from Times Beach and 27 other sites in eastern Missouri.
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July 21, 1990 | From Associated Press
Federal and state environmental officials Friday announced an agreement intended to pave the way for cleanup of the dioxin-contaminated ghost town of Times Beach, Mo., after seven years of study and negotiations. Morris Kay, regional director of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, announced at a news conference that a cleanup agreement had been reached with Syntex Agribusiness Inc., a chemical and animal health company.
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April 7, 1991 | SHARON COHEN, ASSOCIATED PRESS
They journey here for one last look into their past, one final farewell to the ghost town that uprooted their lives and still haunts their future. Every few days, people who called Times Beach home come back to say goodby to this poisoned place. Nearly a decade after dioxin was discovered here, the abandoned town--the empty houses, rusted cars and weed-filled yards--is about to be bulldozed and buried.
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