"News & Issues" piece on the Maine Economic Growth Council's (MEGC) annual repor
"News & Issues" piece on the Maine Economic Growth Council's (MEGC) annual report. Though the MEGC reports that industrial use of toxic chemicals decreased by almost 200 million pounds between 1997-99, and land conservation in 2000 surpassed its benchmark by 20,000 acres to reach 1,071,465 acres, the miles of Maine's rivers unsuitable for fish consumption due to dioxin rose to 292 from 236 between 1996-98. With statistics on other "red flags" that dominated the benchmark analysis.
Toxics Use Reduction Project, Maine Economic Growth Council
Curl, Aimee L., ""News & Issues" piece on the Maine Economic Growth Council's (MEGC) annual repor" (2001). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 5038.
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