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Study: Chemical risks abound in N.J.

New Jersey has 110 facilities that could pose risks, in some cases a catastrophe, to the public in the event of a disaster, according to a report released yesterday. An accident or attack at six of these – including three in South Jersey – would put one million people or more at risk, according to a list based on federal and state data compiled by the New Jersey Work Environment Council. Gloucester County has the second-most potentially hazardous facilities in the state, including two that could endanger several million. Full Story

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