Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Tests find toxins in Dish residents

Texas mayor, Calvin Tillman, visited our area recently to talk about the air quality issues facing DISH. The town's air is fouled by emissions resulting from a major convergence of gathering lines, compressors and metering facilities.

Results of blood and urine samples taken from DISH residents by state health officials have found toxic compounds (1,3-Butaduene compound, Toluene compound, Trichloroethylene compound, N,N-Dimethylformamide) in people’s bodies to be the same as those detected in the air and water there.

CLICK HERE to read the distressing report in today's Denton Record Chronicle.


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