EPA not satisfied with cleanup of Vieques

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José A. Delgado

Judith Enck, regional director for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), recoginized that the process of decontamination and cleaning in Vieques is dragging feet and has deficiencies, even more so if you take into account that the U.S. government doesn't even have a plan to remove the explosives left underwater by the NAVY.

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RELATED: Recently Daniel Colón Ramos, an associate professor at Yale University, recently wrote a letter to President Barack Obama asking him to take action to solve Vieques' environmental crisis.


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