Crises like Flint are inevitable when politicians and industries insist on playing with matches — Quartz

Years ago, I worked as an environmental regulator. The site was a former machining facility perched on a hill with a slug of solvent underfoot. The community in which it was located was a working-class New England town; the neighborhood, a cluster of late 1970s-era split-level homes surrounding an industrial park. On paper, the layout…

via Crises like Flint are inevitable when politicians and industries insist on playing with matches — Quartz

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