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TEN THREATS: CHEMICAL VALLEY SPILLS

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Sarnia, Ontario's shoreline with Lake Huron. (Courtesy of the EPA)

Most people think the days of industry polluting rivers and lakes are past, but thatís just not the case. Thereís a lot less pollution spewing out of factory pipes, but there are still some real problem areas. Rick Pluta reports on how one of those areas is not in the U.S., itís in Canada, but the pollution ends up in the Great Lakes:

The St. Clair River Area of Concern

The Sarnia-Lambton Environmental Association

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Producer: Rick Pluta
Release Date: November 21, 2005
Running Time: 4:16

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