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News Energy Government General
August 29, 2018  

EPA rethinking another air pollution rule for power plants

Obama administration rule set limits for emissions of mercury, arsenic and other toxic air pollutants from coal- and oil-fired power plants.

News Chemicals Manufacturing General Sustainability
November 27, 2017  

Mercury decline in seabirds due to diet, not emissions controls

Birds feeding on invertebrates and small fish have higher mercury levels than those eating large fish.

News Chemicals Manufacturing General
August 1, 2017  

$50M settlement approved for DuPont mercury contamination

Court documents say it’s the largest natural resources damages settlement in Virginia history.

News Chemicals Government Manufacturing General
March 1, 2017  

Study claims mercury still leaking from mill near Grassy Narrows

Area suffers from ongoing pollution rather than the aftermath of chemicals released in the 1960s.

News Chemicals Government Manufacturing General
June 28, 2016  

Ontario to test mercury levels in waterways near Grassy Narrows

Initial testing will take place between Dryden and Ball Lake.

News Government Manufacturing General Sustainability
June 27, 2016  

Wynne ‘deadly serious’ about cleaning up mercury poisoning

TORONTO — Premier Kathleen Wynne insists she’s “deadly serious”

News Chemicals Government Manufacturing General
June 23, 2016  

Cabinet ministers to discuss Grassy Narrows mercury poisoning

Meeting with First Nation leaders to sort out the different contamination reports.

News Chemicals Government Manufacturing General
May 31, 2016  

Mercury continues to poison Wabigoon River

Report calls for safe clean up of lakes and rivers after years of contamination.

News Chemicals Energy Manufacturing Oil & Gas General Sustainability
June 5, 2014  

High mercury levels form ‘bull’s eye’ around oil sands

Environment Canada study suggests developments are a source of airborne emissions.