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Sandy Stirs Up Superfund Site In New Jersey

by Ilya Marritz
Nov 19, 2012 (Morning Edition / WNYC Radio) — As Northeast states take measure of the destruction brought by Hurricane Sandy, there's a new concern. New York and New Jersey have dozens of Superfund sites close to the shore. Some of these toxic zones were flooded by Sandy's storm surge. There are worries in Newark that toxic chemicals may have been swept into some people's home.

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