Chemical injected in town’s drinking water called ‘an environmental injustice’
Source: State (Columbia, SC), November 14, 2020
Posted on: https://www.advisen.com/
Residents of a small town that injected an unapproved chemical into their drinking water for 10 years want the chemical manufacturer and South Carolina health regulators to pay for exposing them to the unauthorized water additive.
Berry Systems Inc. and the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control face potential liability over the use of Halosan in the town of Denmark, a remote community that for years has drawn complaints about the quality of its drinking water. Read more.