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Published: Wednesday, Sept. 11 2013 7:30 p.m. MDT

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Taylorsville, UT

Maybe they should impose fines on an hourly basis with a cap on number of incidents per year.

Averages can lie and be adjusted and faked, state leaders already know that and putting any trust in a frequent violators falsifying documentation presented to the state. Or they could hire and employ all americans who care about our environment and can be whistle blowers reporting emission violations and levels.

These medical incineration are serious to the health and environment, much like the incineration of germ bombs were done at in Tooele army depot bunkers. And the city must carry much of the countability for allowing residential envelopment in such close proximity of this disposal plant.

The state needs to pass laws that restrict development around hazardous waste plants and chemical/gas/refineries. For these types of business they must buy land to maintain a safe perimeter at all times. Cities are willing so we need state legislation to insure safe zones around hazardous waste or dangerous explosive operations.

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