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Table of Contents (19 articles)

STUDENT CAUGHT FIRE DURING CHEMISTRY TEACHER'S BOTCHED LAB EXPERIMENT, REPORT SAYS
Tags: us_GA, education, follow-up, injury, other_chemical

THE Č??UGLY UNANSWERED QUESTIONČ?? WHICH REMAINS AFTER THE TOXIC WEST FOOTSCRAY FIRE
Tags: Australia, industrial, follow-up, injury, unknown_chemical

CAUSE OF REFINERY FIRE CAUSES CONCERN FOR OTHER FACILITIES
Tags: us_PA, industrial, follow-up, environmental, petroleum

FIREFIGHTING FOAM SET FOR DESTRUCTION IN EUROPE
Tags: New_Zealand, public, discovery, response, other_chemical

1 DEAD, SEVERAL ILL AFTER CHEMICAL ACCIDENT AT BUFFALO WILD WINGS IN MASSACHUSETTS
Tags: us_MA, public, release, death, chlorine, cleaners

US EPA LACKS DATA TO SUPPORT CHEMICAL EVALUATIONS
Tags: public, discovery, environmental

MAN DIES AFTER FUEL TANKER EXPLODES IN PHOENIX
Tags: us_AZ, transportation, explosion, death, diesel

7 TAKEN TO HOSPITALS AFTER CHEMICAL SPILL AT HARVARD VANGUARD MEDICAL
Tags: us_MA, industrial, release, injury, phenol

RADIOACTIVE LEAK REPORTED AT POS AVIATION WAREHOUSE IN SEPANG
Tags: Malaysia, transportation, release, response, radiation

HEAT GUN BLAMED IN WAREHOUSE FIRE
Tags: us_WV, industrial, fire, response, unknown_chemical

WHAT HAPPENED TO US IN WEST FOOTSCRAY? FIREFIGHTERS CALL FOR ANSWERS AFTER TOXIC FIRE
Tags: Australia, industrial, follow-up, environmental, unknown_chemical

FIREFIGHTERS, EMERGENCY OFFICIALS RESPOND TO CHEMICAL SPILL, POWER OUTAGES
Tags: us_NC, transportation, release, response, sulfuric_acid

GARGANTUAN CLEAN-UP EFFORT AFTER NOVICHOK NERVE AGENT POISONING LAID BARE
Tags: United_Kingdom, public, follow-up, death, other_chemical

FUEL TRUCK EXPLOSION LEAVES PHOENIX-AREA MAN WITH FACE BURNS
Tags: us_AZ, transportation, explosion, injury, unknown_chemical

RESEARCHERS: CHEMICALS RELEASED DURING ITC FIRE DID NOT HARM HUMANS
Tags: us_TX, industrial, follow-up, environmental, acids

GOVERNMENT AGENCY TO SEEK BAN ON HYDROGEN BALLOON AFTER DEADLY EXPLOSION
Tags: Bangladesh, public, explosion, death, gas_cylinders, hydrogen

32 PEOPLE AFFECTED BY NZ POOL CHEMICAL INCIDENT
Tags: New_Zealand, public, release, injury, pool_chemicals

WHISTLEBLOWER: ALABAMA POWER EMPLOYEES COMPACTED DEAD FISH FOLLOWING CHEMICAL SPILL
Tags: us_AL, industrial, follow-up, environmental, waste

REPORT: HARMFUL CHEMICALS LINGERED IN HOUSTON SHIP CHANNEL FOR MONTHS AFTER ITC FIRE Č?? HOUSTON PUBLIC MEDIA
Tags: us_TX, transportation, follow-up, environmental, petroleum, runoff


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STUDENT CAUGHT FIRE DURING CHEMISTRY TEACHER'S BOTCHED LAB EXPERIMENT, REPORT SAYS
https://www.kmov.com/student-caught-fire-during-chemistry-teacher-s-botched-lab-experiment/article_9161f508-7519-56c8-8506-602aa7c893f2.html
Tags: us_GA, education, follow-up, injury, other_chemical

ATLANTA (AP) Č?? A Georgia high school teacher presenting a flashy demonstration to get her students excited about chemistry made a mistake that caused a fire to burn "out of control" and seriously injure a teenager in the front row, a school district report released Wednesday says.

Malachi McFadden, 16, suffered third-degree burns on his face, neck and torso and was hospitalized after his chemistry teacher bungled the "burning money demonstration" at Redan High School, just outside Atlanta, on the second day of his junior year, his lawyers said. On Wednesday, they released a report by an investigator for the DeKalb County school system that uses witness statements from students and teachers to piece together what happened Aug. 6.

Teacher Bridgette Blowe wrote in a statement included in the report that she's successfully done the demonstration Č?? lighting an accelerant-soaked bill on fire Č?? in previous years and for two other classes this year. In this particular class, the flame didn't burn out completely, Blowe wrote, "so I attempted to extinguish the flame with water, but I reached for the alcohol instead, by mistake."

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THE Č??UGLY UNANSWERED QUESTIONČ?? WHICH REMAINS AFTER THE TOXIC WEST FOOTSCRAY FIRE
https://www.3aw.com.au/the-ugly-unanswered-question-neil-mitchell-says-remains-after-the-toxic-west-footscray-fire/
Tags: Australia, industrial, follow-up, injury, unknown_chemical

The health impacts the toxic West Footscray factory fire had on firefighters are becoming clear, but no government body has contacted residents to monitor their health.

The Age reports that there have been more than 100 claims of chemical-related injuries from firefighters who attended the blaze last August.

More than a year on, 30 firefighters are still suffering from ill health as a result.

But Neil Mitchell says the residents have been forgotten.

Č??There is an ugly unanswered question around town at the moment, and nobody is addressing it at an official level,Č?? the 3AW Mornings host said.

Č??The ugly question is this: If this affected the firefighters in this way, what about the residents?

Č??If I was a resident in the West Footscray area, and I had been around during the fire, I would be concerned.Č??

West Footscray resident and member of the Č??Friends of Stony CreekČ?? group, Clare Shepherd, said she experienced difficulty breathing and nosebleeds after the fire.

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CAUSE OF REFINERY FIRE CAUSES CONCERN FOR OTHER FACILITIES
https://www.kallanishenergy.com/2019/11/07/cause-of-philly-refinery-fire-causes-concern-over-other-facilities/
Tags: us_PA, industrial, follow-up, environmental, petroleum

Safety experts and activists are asking numerous questions concerning the fire which devastated the U.S. East CoastČ??s largest and oldest refinery, Kallanish Energy understands.

One big question is how did a piece of piping installed in the early 1970s go without once being checked before leading to the fire at the Philadelphia Energy Solutions (PES) refinery in June?

Another important question is, are more disasters waiting to happen in an industry reliant on decades-old equipment?

Record-setting production, using decades-old infrastructure

In 2018, U.S. refineries processed nearly 17 million barrels per day (Mmbpd) of crude oil Č?? the most in the countryČ??s history, Reuters reported.

But many refineries utilize decades-old infrastructure, risking outages that could cost the industry billions of dollars. The PES refinery is one of nearly 30 in the U.S. with sections of the complex more than 100 years old.

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FIREFIGHTING FOAM SET FOR DESTRUCTION IN EUROPE
https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/117131201/firefighting-foam-set-for-destruction-in-europe
Tags: New_Zealand, public, discovery, response, other_chemical

Firefighting foam stored in dangerous goods containers at the Palmerston North fire station has been sent to Europe for destruction.

The foam was expired, "non-approved" class B foam, used to fight liquid fuel fires.

In 2018, Fire and Emergency NZ identified and removed all such foam from its stations.

The move came after it was revealed in late 2017 that firefighting foam containing PFAS chemical compounds had contaminated water supplies around Defence Force bases at Ā?hakea and Woodbourne, in Marlborough.

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1 DEAD, SEVERAL ILL AFTER CHEMICAL ACCIDENT AT BUFFALO WILD WINGS IN MASSACHUSETTS
https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/1-dead-several-ill-after-chemical-accident-buffalo-wild-wings-n1078571
Tags: us_MA, public, release, death, chlorine, cleaners

One person was killed and 10 other people were sickened in a chemical accident at a Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant Thursday in Burlington, Massachusetts, authorities said.

A restaurant employee was rushed to a hospital after being exposed to sodium hypochlorite, a powerful cleaning agent, and died shortly thereafter, Michael Patterson, assistant chief of the Burlington Fire Department, told reporters Thursday night. The worker told firefighters who arrived on the scene that he was feeling nauseated after breathing in fumes.

"Anyone who was in the restaurant at the time and believes they may be impacted by the incident should seek medical treatment immediately," the fire department said in a statement.

Two customers and eight other employees were treated at hospitals, Patterson said. They were believed to have not been seriously stricken, he said.

"What we believe happened is a worker at Buffalo Wild Wings used a cleaning agent on the floor. The cleaning agent is Super 8. The chemical definition or chemical identification is sodium hypochlorite," Patterson said. "What sodium hypochlorite is a high concentration of chlorine."

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US EPA LACKS DATA TO SUPPORT CHEMICAL EVALUATIONS
https://cen.acs.org/policy/chemical-regulation/US-EPA-lacks-data-support/97/i44
Tags: public, discovery, environmental

The US Environmental Protection AgencyČ??s scientific advisory committees are struggling. While one committee is wrestling with a lack of expertise when considering health risks of air pollution (see page 20), another has blasted the agency for relying on inadequate data to evaluate chemicals under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA). TSCA covers the production, importation, use, and disposal of chemicals.

So far, the committee that peer-reviews chemical assessments under TSCA has finalized reports on the EPAČ??s draft evaluations of three chemicalsČ??the colorant pigment violet 29, the industrial solvent 1,4-dioxane, and a group of cyclic aliphatic bromide flame retardants that includes hexabromocyclododecane (HBCD). All three assessments lack toxicity and exposure data to support the agencyČ??s conclusions, the committee says.

The EPA is in the process of evaluating 10 chemicals, which it selected from a list of 90 that were on the market in November 2016. In the 3 years since selection, the agency has not requested additional toxicity data from chemical manufacturers. Instead, it claims that its evaluations use Č??information that EPA possesses, or can reasonably generate, obtain, and synthesize for use in risk evaluations, considering the deadlines for completing the evaluation.Č??

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MAN DIES AFTER FUEL TANKER EXPLODES IN PHOENIX
https://www.fox10phoenix.com/news/man-dies-after-fuel-tanker-explodes-in-phoenix
Tags: us_AZ, transportation, explosion, death, diesel

PHOENIX - Police say a 40-year-old man has died following a fuel tanker explosion near 39th Avenue and Clarendon.

Phoenix police say Miguel Ramirez was filling up his diesel gas tanker when it exploded. Ramirez suffered severe burns to his head and face and was ejected across the street due to the force of the explosion. Witnesses reported he was on fire.

Ramirez was taken to a hospital in extremely critical condition where he later died.

Vanessa Van Wyk says one of her employees saw the explosion. She says the young woman went home early traumatized by what she had seen.

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7 TAKEN TO HOSPITALS AFTER CHEMICAL SPILL AT HARVARD VANGUARD MEDICAL
https://wbznewsradio.iheart.com/content/braintree-hazmat-harvard-vanguard-medical-associates/
Tags: us_MA, industrial, release, injury, phenol

BRAINTREE, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) Č?? A hazmat situation at Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates left several people hospitalized and the building evacuated Wednesday.

Fire officials said a bottle of phenol, a chemical used for surgical injection, spilled at the building on Grossman Drive in Braintree. Several people, including a responding firefighter, reported feeling sick.

Seven were transported to hospitals with minor injuries, including elevated blood pressure and breathing issues. Braintree Fire Lt. Fred Viola said they evacuated the whole building.

"We triaged 21 people, including a firefighter," he said. "Seven were transported, not the firefighter. All of them were employees of the building."

Everyone is expected to be fine.

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RADIOACTIVE LEAK REPORTED AT POS AVIATION WAREHOUSE IN SEPANG
https://www.nst.com.my/news/nation/2019/11/536607/radioactive-leak-reported-pos-aviation-warehouse-sepang
Tags: Malaysia, transportation, release, response, radiation

SEPANG: A radioactive leak was reported today at the cargo terminal of Pos Aviation Sdn Bhd, which forced the staff to suspend operations and evacuate the building.

Pos Aviation, which provides ground handling and cargo handling services among others, confirmed the leak in a statement.

Č??As per instruction by Bomba KLIA (KL International Airport Fire & Rescue Service), all occupants have been evacuated from the terminal building and all operations suspended temporarily until further notice,Č?? it said.

The Fire & Rescue Department headquarters, when contacted, also confirmed that there is a radioactive leak in Sepang and that it is reportedly under control.

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HEAT GUN BLAMED IN WAREHOUSE FIRE
http://www.spiritofjefferson.com/news/article_b1c6cd32-00c3-11ea-83e1-6b4386bc86c6.html
Tags: us_WV, industrial, fire, response, unknown_chemical

CHARLES TOWN Č?? Chemical vapors ignited by a heat gun caused a blaze last Thursday morning that resulted in possibly millions of dollars in damage to a warehouse in Charles Town, fire officials reported.

Workers with a hemp-processing business were using a heat gun to assemble equipment when the fire erupted accidentally inside the 200,000-square-foot warehouse on Cold Storage Road, off Summit Point Road, just west of railroad tracks on the west end of Charles Town, said to George Harms, a West Virginia assistant fire marshal and fire investigator.

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WHAT HAPPENED TO US IN WEST FOOTSCRAY? FIREFIGHTERS CALL FOR ANSWERS AFTER TOXIC FIRE
https://www.theage.com.au/national/victoria/what-happened-to-us-in-west-footscray-firefighters-call-for-answers-after-toxic-fire-20191106-p5382j.html
Tags: Australia, industrial, follow-up, environmental, unknown_chemical

The triple-zero call came in just after 5am - a report of a large fire at a wood pallet factory in an industrial estate in West Footscray. Local fire crews knew the complex from past call-outs - it was a sprawling, 1980s warehouse that backed onto a nature reserve along a dead-end access road.

The trucks were on the scene within minutes and they found a thick black plume of smoke pouring from inside the building. But this was no pallet fire. And behind the warehouse, Stony Creek itself was burning.

Č??We didnČ??t know what was in there, what we were fighting,Č?? says Leading Firefighter Kat Dunell. Č??We saw a running, liquid fire heading down to the creek so the creek was on fire as well. Crazy. You just didnČ??t know what to look at. IČ??d never seen anything like it before.Č??

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FIREFIGHTERS, EMERGENCY OFFICIALS RESPOND TO CHEMICAL SPILL, POWER OUTAGES
https://www.mcdowellnews.com/news/firefighters-emergency-officials-respond-to-chemical-spill-power-outages/article_65075cc8-00d2-11ea-9282-1fc8d5cd4a2c.html
Tags: us_NC, transportation, release, response, sulfuric_acid

The Marion Fire Department responded to a chemical spill at RhinehartČ??s Saw & Lawn on U.S. 221 Business North Extension at 1:05 p.m. Tuesday.

Fire Chief Ray McDaniel said it appeared a container turned over while being unloaded with a fork lift from a tractor-trailer in the parking lot. The chemical leaked out into the parking lot and into a drainage ditch. The entrance to Hankins Road was closed for a couple of hours near the spill. The chemical was a livestock foot bath solution that did contain sulfuric acid, according to a news release.

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GARGANTUAN CLEAN-UP EFFORT AFTER NOVICHOK NERVE AGENT POISONING LAID BARE
https://www.chemistryworld.com/news/gargantuan-clean-up-effort-after-novichok-nerve-agent-poisoning-laid-bare/4010606.article
Tags: United_Kingdom, public, follow-up, death, other_chemical

A former Russian double-agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia found slumped unconscious on a city centre bench, with no visible signs of injury, was the first indication something was amiss. Police officers visited his home as part of their investigations, and shortly afterwards one was also taken seriously ill. A few days later it was announced that analytical chemists at the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) at nearby Porton Down had found the culprit Č?? a nerve agent. This was later revealed to be one of a group of organophosphate nerve agents known as Novichok. Developed in Russia in the 1970s and 80s, publicly-available information about these agents is scarce and the exact Novichok used in Salisbury has not been released to the public.

What is believed to be the general structure of a Novichok nerve agent

Poison identification marked the start of the UK governmentČ??s defence laboratoryČ??s near-year-long involvement in this incident. Over that time its chemists analysed over 7000 environmental and biomedical samples. Č??This was an order of magnitude higher than the number of samples we had ever seen before,Č?? explained DstlČ??s chief executive Gary Aitkenhead on 23 May 2019 during the 22nd International Chemical Weapons Demilitarisation Conference in London, UK.

Analytical testing was just one of many roles DstlČ??s chemical weapons experts played in this episode. Technical expertise was another. Č??Dstl took on the role as scientific lead during the incidents and provided scientific advice to every level of the operation,Č?? said Aitkenhead. The knowhow of DstlČ??s decontamination chemists, for example Č?? with expertise in how chemical weapons spread and how best to clean them up Č?? was heavily drawn upon throughout.

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FUEL TRUCK EXPLOSION LEAVES PHOENIX-AREA MAN WITH FACE BURNS
https://www.kgun9.com/news/state/fuel-truck-explosion-leaves-phoenix-area-man-with-face-burns
Tags: us_AZ, transportation, explosion, injury, unknown_chemical

PHOENIX (AP) - Arizona firefighters have confirmed a man remains in critical condition after a fuel truck exploded leaving him with burns on his head and face.

Phoenix Fire Department authorities say crews responded to a vehicle fire near 39th and Clarendon avenues Tuesday.

Authorities say the 40-year-old driver was rushed to a hospital.

Hazmat crews worked to contain the fuel spill and monitor the area.

Authorities say a second tanker was sent to the location to siphon the remaining fuel from the original truck.

Authorities say it is unknown what caused the truck to explode.

Phoenix Fire hazmat units along with Phoenix police contacted the state Department of Transportation and the National Transportation Safety Board to assist in the investigation.

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RESEARCHERS: CHEMICALS RELEASED DURING ITC FIRE DID NOT HARM HUMANS
https://communityimpact.com/houston/bay-area/environment/2019/11/05/researchers-chemicals-released-during-itc-fire-did-not-harm-humans/
Tags: us_TX, industrial, follow-up, environmental, acids

Firefighters used chemically laced foam to extinguish blazes at Intercontinental Terminals Company in March, but at a public meeting Nov. 4, researchers said the foam did not release enough chemicals into the environment to harm humans.

However, the researchers said there are several data gaps that would give them more insight as to the effects of the chemicals release.

Researchers from the Texas A&M University Superfund Research Center and Galveston Bay Foundation Director Bob Stokes spoke at a meeting in Seabrook to break down the effects of the ITC fire on the environment. The fire began March 17 in Deer Park when chemical tanks caught on fireČ??a fire that took days to extinguish.

After the fire, the foundation found it difficult to learn and understand what the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality was doing to sample the air and water for perfluorooctanoic acids, or PFAsČ??potentially harmful chemicals commonly used in firefighting foam. As such, researchers from the foundation got in a boat, entered the Houston Ship Channel and began taking their own samples, Stokes said.

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GOVERNMENT AGENCY TO SEEK BAN ON HYDROGEN BALLOON AFTER DEADLY EXPLOSION
https://bdnews24.com/bangladesh/2019/11/06/government-agency-to-seek-ban-on-hydrogen-balloon-after-deadly-explosion
Tags: Bangladesh, public, explosion, death, gas_cylinders, hydrogen

The Department of Explosives is seeking a ban on use of hydrogen to inflate balloons and arrest of vendors who use the gas.
The department made the recommendations in a report it is submitting to the power, energy and mineral resources ministry on Wednesday following the deadly blast of a gas cylinder used by a vendor to inflate balloons in DhakaČ??s Rupnagar.

The blast near a slum a week ago left seven children dead and at least a dozen injured.

Police arrested the injured vendor Abu Sayeed and started a case against him on culpable homicide charges.

The explosion occurred as the vendor was brewing hydrogen in an unapproved manner, explosives department officials said.

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32 PEOPLE AFFECTED BY NZ POOL CHEMICAL INCIDENT
https://www.splashmagazine.com.au/32-people-affected-by-nz-pool-chemical-incident/
Tags: New_Zealand, public, release, injury, pool_chemicals

A faulty pool pump caused a chemical incident at New ZealandČ??s Levin Aquatic Centre on October 28, after chlorine and sodium bicarbonate had been mixed together but could not be dispersed according to emergency officials and the councilČ??s facility manager.

Chris Kennedy, from Fire and Emergency New Zealand, told 1News that the reaction created a vapour cloud and fumes spread inside the centre, affecting 32 people including one person who needed to be taken to hospital in Palmerston North. However, 1News believed that person was suffering from an unrelated condition.

The reaction made it difficult for customers and staff to breathe, and staff immediately evacuated the centre.

Horowhenua District Council community facilities manager Brent Harvey said the incident was caused by a faulty pump.

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WHISTLEBLOWER: ALABAMA POWER EMPLOYEES COMPACTED DEAD FISH FOLLOWING CHEMICAL SPILL
https://abc3340.com/news/abc-3340-news-iteam/whistleblower-alabama-power-employees-compacted-dead-fish-following-chemical-spill
Tags: us_AL, industrial, follow-up, environmental, waste

A whistleblower says he saw Alabama Power employees throw dead fish from a fish kill into a dumpster before state officials arrived on the scene to begin their investigation in March.
The whistleblower says the fish were compacted and destroyed.
This happened before state officials arrived at Alabama PowerČ??s Plant Gorgas, in Walker County, in March after a fisherman called about seeing a fish kill.
Walker County, Alabama Č?? Č??At one point I did see an Alabama Power truck, pulling up with a flat-bottomed boat in tow, and Alabama Power employees getting out, going to the boat, and disposing of the fish in the trash compactor,Č?? said Č??Tom.Č??

This man, who weČ??re calling Č??TomČ?? to protect his identity, says thatČ??s what he saw in the days after a chemical spill at Alabama PowerČ??s Plant Gorgas in March Č?? and in the days before state officials arrived on the scene to investigate a fish kill.

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REPORT: HARMFUL CHEMICALS LINGERED IN HOUSTON SHIP CHANNEL FOR MONTHS AFTER ITC FIRE Č?? HOUSTON PUBLIC MEDIA
https://www.houstonpublicmedia.org/articles/news/energy-environment/2019/11/05/350842/report-harmful-chemicals-lingered-in-houston-ship-channel-for-months-after-itc-fire/
Tags: us_TX, transportation, follow-up, environmental, petroleum, runoff

New data show hazardous chemical substances stayed in the Houston Ship Channel for months after a fire broke out in March at the Intercontinental Terminals Company (ITC) petrochemical facility in Deer Park. The fire burned for days, sending a black plume of smoke over the area, and runoff from putting out the fire leaked into the ship channel, which flows into Galveston Bay.

In the aftermath of the fire, researchers from Texas A&M University and the Galveston Bay Foundation teamed up to conduct additional water testing, looking for the presence of perČ?? and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS. PFAS are a group of man-made chemicals that have been linked to adverse health effects such as cancer and thyroid problems. They can be found in industrial items like nonstick cookware, as well as in firefighting foams, like the kind used to put out the ITC fire.

Č??These are often called forever chemicals because they are very resistant to breaking down in the environment,Č?? said Weihsueh Chiu, a professor at Texas A&M University. Č??Many chemicals that are released in the environment eventually break down into other compounds that are not harmful, but in this case, these chemicals tend to be very persistent.Č??

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