Pollution Law Watch

Monthly Archives: August 2016

“Willful” Exposure of Workers to Lead and Other Toxins Demands the Personal Accountability of Company Executives

Posted in Contamination, Government, Lead, OSHA

This is about how to send the right message to a company that is alleged to have willfully endangered the health of workers. The company is Fraser Shipyard of Superior, Wisconsin.  The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has accused Fraser of exposing 190 welders and ship fabricators to toxic levels of some nasty… Continue Reading

Naperville Residents’ “Toxic Mist” Complaints Should be Taken Seriously

Posted in Contamination, E Coli, Government, Toxic Mold

Residents in a subdivision of Naperville, Illinois, believe that their recent health complaints, and mold-like staining on their backyard patios and fencing, are being caused by a “toxic mist” spraying off of a fountain in a pond adjacent to their homes.  These resident also claim that they have tested the pond’s water themselves, and found… Continue Reading