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Biggest Toxic Tour yet exposes Chemical Valley's harsh reality

Photo: Lana Goldberg

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On Saturday Sept. 5 the Toxic Tour of the Chemical Valley had its biggest turnout to date, with well over 300 people seeing first-hand the industrial landscape of Chemical Valley. 



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