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SMMUSD BOARD OF EDUCATION: PCB ABATEMENT WORK HITS A FEW SNAGS

From: Malibu Surfside News

““We have encountered some challenges, but we anticipate being able to meet the court-mandated timeline for completing all of the work.” The court mandate…

AMERICA UNITES APPEALS FEDERAL COURT RULING ON PCB REMEDIATION

From: Malibu Times

"Among the disputed rulings in the appeal are the standing of co-plaintiff Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER), America Unites’ ability to independently…

THE SURPRISING PLACE YOUR CHILD COULD BE EXPOSED TO TOXIC CHEMICALS EVERY DAY

From: ATTN:

""We wish that the remediation had been ordered even sooner, but we’re very happy that we won the merits of the case," Paula Dinerstein, attorney for Public Employees for…

SMMUSD CANCELS PRESS CONFERENCE AFTER 'INTERRUPTION' THREAT

From: Santa Monica Mirror

"SMMUSD allowed reporters and camera crew into their Santa Monica headquarters for the organized conference only to announce the cancellation when a “rouge”…

SMMUSD HAS UNTIL 2019 TO REMOVE PCB FROM MALIBU HIGH, JUAN CABRILLO

From: Malibu Surfside News

"As an initial matter, the court determined that PEER lacked organizational “standing” — a legal term essentially meaning the right to pursue an action —…


News Releases

MALIBU TEACHERS PROTEST DISTRICT’S TOXIC PLANS

Focus, Completeness and Transparency of Testing and Clean-Up Faulted

MALIBU TEACHERS DEMAND BROADER TOXIC TESTING AT SCHOOL

Scope and Source of Contamination Still Unknown as District Tries Damage Control

WIDESPREAD ASBESTOS VIOLATIONS IN MASSACHUSETTS SCHOOLS

EPA Intervention Demanded to Eliminate Asbestos Problems before Schools Reopen

NEW JERSEY TOXIC CLEAN-UP PRIORITIES MISS PUBLIC HEALTH MARK

Belated DEP Toxic Site Priority System Ignores Vapor Intrusion and Migration

NEW JERSEY CLOSING ITS NOSE TO VAPOR INTRUSION CRISIS

Vapor Intrusion Rules Cast into Regulatory Limbo as Horror Stories Multiply