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Costs and consequences of uncontrolled toxic waste sites along the niagara river new york usa

Costs and consequences of uncontrolled toxic waste sites along the niagara river new york usa

Water Pollution Research Journal of Canada 24(2): 279-298

Three basic options are considered for dealing with the four largest toxic waste sites along the Niagara River, Hyde Park [New York], Love Canal, 102nd Street, and S-Area. The options are: 1) status quo; 2) containment; and 3) removal and destruction. The costs and consequences of each option are discussed, and looked at from the viewpoint of long and short time horizons as well as the viewpoint of who pays and who benefits.

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