(New Orleans) After a leak at a Chevron plant that sent 40 people in Chalmette to the hospital, the Louisiana Bucket Brigade is calling on St. Bernard Parish and plant officials to reform the way they investigate and report matters of chemical exposure.
[Chalmette, LA] – Oil refineries’ use of hydrofluoric acid – a dangerous chemical for which there are safe alternatives - needlessly puts 1,081,649 people in Louisiana at risk of injury or death in the event of an accident or deliberate attack, according to a new report released today by the U.S.
(Chalmette, La.) Concerned citizen groups today released the results of a report highlighting ExxonMobil’s own records that show an alarmingly high rate of “unplanned events,” or accidents, at the facility. “We are concerned for our health,” said Ken Ford, President of St.
(August 13, 2003 Chalmette / New Orleans) In an alarming deviation from precedent and the law, St. Bernard Fire Chief Thomas Stone refused a request for public records regarding operations at ExxonMobil's Chalmette Refining.
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