Published On: Thu, Aug 31st, 2017

Experts are worried about volatile chemicals at Houston plant, but not alarmed

Experts are worried about volatile chemicals at Houston plant, but not alarmed

The breakdown of volatile chemicals that ignited a fire at a chemical plant outside Houston is cause for concern but not necessarily a major threat to public health, authorities and experts said Thursday. “At this time we are responding to a fire, not a chemical release,” the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality said in a […]

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