Communities can use pollution data disclosed by industry to make environmental regulators do a better job and to push companies into reducing toxic emissions, New Iberia chemist Wilma Subra said Friday.
An army of Shell workers began knocking on doors early on Dec. 8, 1998. A chemical plant tank had overpressurized, threatening an explosion, and everyone should stay inside, they said. The community braced for the worst.
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