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  • Get an exclusive look at a toxic waste site in Pascagoula

    Take a tour of the Mississippi Phosphates site that was declared a Superfund site in December 2017. The EPA-on site administrator explains how they monitor the site and treat the wastewater that comes from the giant gypsum stacks that the plant generated as waste.

Get an exclusive look at a toxic waste site in Pascagoula

Take a tour of the Mississippi Phosphates site that was declared a Superfund site in December 2017. The EPA-on site administrator explains how they monitor the site and treat the wastewater that comes from the giant gypsum stacks that the plant generated as waste.
John Fitzhugh jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com