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  • Rain pushed Mississippi Phosphates environmental systems to the edge

    When more than 12 inches of rain fell at the Mississippi Phosphates east gypsum stack site in Pascagoula, contractors for the Environmental Protection Agency had to take emergency action to avoid having shock-treated water at the site dump into Bayou Casotte.

Rain pushed Mississippi Phosphates environmental systems to the edge

When more than 12 inches of rain fell at the Mississippi Phosphates east gypsum stack site in Pascagoula, contractors for the Environmental Protection Agency had to take emergency action to avoid having shock-treated water at the site dump into Bayou Casotte.
John Fitzhugh jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com