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SANDUSKY, OH – Bechtel-Mclaughlin Podcast

March 29, 2010

The Erie Wire interviews expert Bob Haag of Haag Environmental, and lifelong public health advocate, Earl McKinney, while looking further into the history of the pollution caused by the metal plating facility, Bechtel Mclaughlin, Inc., previously located off of Route 250 where a Menards now stands.

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This is Part Two (2) of a series regarding Brownfields | Economic Development | and the case of Bechtel Mclaughlin. The third installment will include audio and video of both parties arguing against and for the completed remediation of Bechtel Mclaughlin. If you have information about this Brownfield or would like to be recorded for a statement regarding this case, please email: The Erie Wire

Read Part 1

Earl Mckinney, a former part-time worker for Bechtel Mclaughlin. photo: The Erie Wire

Earl Mckinney getting ready to plead his case to the Sandusky City Commission about EPA documents in regard to the Coal Tar Plume beneath the Gradel and Deepwater property in downtown Sandusky.

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