Where the chemical plants are in your community

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There was a recent question regarding the location of chemical plants. In the latest Ark Institute mailing, Geri Guidetti says

To see the names and street addresses of facilities in and around your community...go to the Envirofacts Wharehouse at EPA's web site and tap in your own zip code... Go to


Hope this helps.


-- Todd Detzel (detzel@jps.net), November 28, 1999



This is also a good site. It is from the Right To Know folks:



-- Uhmm.. (jfcp81a@prodigy.com), November 28, 1999.


Sorry to have spelled your name so poorly. I seem to have misplaced my wits.

My mind is... where?

-- Uhmm.. (jfcp81a@prodigy.com), November 28, 1999.

Life could be worse.


-- Todd Detzel (detzel@jps.net), November 28, 1999.

Could someone link me up?

-- Sheila P (Sheilamars@aol.com), November 29, 1999.

Click Here

This tells where businesses are in your community that have enviromental impacts. They are not just chemical plants but everything from gas stations, dry cleaners, churches and schools. They would probably have your house too if they knew what you kept under your kitchen sink.

-- Cherri (sams@brigadoon.com), November 29, 1999.

Cherri, Cool site. Thanks for the link.

Todd, I wasn't able to access this address. Whats up?

-- Sheila P (Sheilamars@aol.com), November 30, 1999.

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