No solace for Re-Chem from trend in PCBs

Atmospheric concentrations of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBS) in rural England have declined by a factor of about 50 since the late 1960s, according to a study by scientists from Lancaster University.1 The findings are in direct conflict with claims by the hazardous waste incineration business ReChem International that PCB levels increased across the UK during the late 1980s.

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