When Frisco Made Deal To Close Exide Plant, Was City Focused On Health, Safety Or Land?

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Peter Green, a University of California, Davis expert in urban lead contamination, warned me in April that officials were exuding a false sense of security, especially given the extent of the contamination outside the building. “What we have is a little bit of good news mixed with a whole lot of contamination,” Green said, explaining that lead does not spread evenly. Contamination almost always comes in the form of “hot spots.” What was needed, Green said, was a systematic and scientific approach to assess the problem involving “step-out tests.”

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