Maryland pushes for cleanup of toxic chemicals on waterfront

05/11/2007 | Sun (Baltimore), The

As carcinogenic wastes from the long-closed Allied Chemical Co. plant in Baltimore wash up on the city's waterfront, the Maryland Department of the Environment is putting pressure on Allied's successor company, Honeywell International, to clean up or contain the pollution. Chrome waste and other chemicals were left by Allied's pesticide factory in South Baltimore and its chrome plant in the city's Fells Point area.

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