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"Environmentally persistent chemicals discovered in an insecticide aerially sprayed in more than half of US states leached into the pesticide from plastic shipping containers, the Environmental Protection...
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  • Kyla Bennett: From Whistleblower to WhistleBlower Defender

    • In the 1990s, while working in the EPA New England Regional Office in Boston, Kyla reached out to PEER to address a plan to illegally build a port on the largest undeveloped island on the Eastern Seaboard – Sear’s Island in Maine. When her Regional Administrator tried to transfer the Sears Island case from her, PEER filed a whistleblower complaint which the agency immediately settled by restoring her. Kyla also enlisted PEER's help in addressing repeated interference by the Regional... Read More » VIEW MORE VIDEOS »