Feds Monitor Toxic Chemical

Environment Canada is attempting to regulate emissions of a suspected cancer-causing chemical three years after listing it as toxic. Hydrazine, used mainly to prevent corrosion in power plant boilers, is identified as “possibly carcinogenic to humans” by the European Commission and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: “It is dangerous”.

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