Shipments of toxic soil from train derailment to Indiana landfill have resumed

Shipments of the toxic soil from the East Palestine train derailment to an Indiana landfill have now resumed.
Heritage Environment in Putnam County is taking in a lot of that toxic soil found to have dioxins in it, but the level of dioxins is within the acceptable area of safety according to government regulators.
Many residents in Putnam County had been against the soil being trucked in to the landfill.
Others have accepted it and trust that the landfill will do it’s job to keep the soil contained.

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Firestar March 18, 2023 at 7:51 am

There are no safe levels of dioxin. The waste needs to be incinerated.

James K March 20, 2023 at 3:51 pm

Correct in a kiln (1000-1300 deg F)

Joe March 18, 2023 at 10:32 am

We need to start standing up against these dirty and corrupt politicians that do not care about your health and safety and only care about filling their pockets


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