The movie, Erin Brokovitch and Class Action have brought nationwide attention to the issue of toxic dumping, which affects thousands of people.
The issue of what to do with the nation’s waste (toxic and non-toxic) has been an ongoing debate for some time that will only get worse in the future. There are extensive state and federal regulations regarding how to properly dispose of waste, both toxic and non-toxic. However, despite these regulations, some companies continue to try to cut corners and inevitably expose the public to toxic waste.
If you and your neighbors are experiencing strange diseases which seem to have no explanation, you may be living near a toxic waste dump without knowing it, or your water supply may be polluted by a distant source of toxins.
Toxic poisoning, however, takes many shapes and forms. Some buildings contain hidden asbestos, formaldehyde, or lead paint, which can also be harmful to your health.
The more common forms of toxic poisoning, such as cleaning products, and solvent, of course, can also be extremely harmful if breathed, ingested or if they come in contact with your skin.
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