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26 Jul 2005

Rohit Ghosh, Indo-Asian News Service

Waste disposal rakes up old ghosts in Bhopal [India]

Should the toxic wastes at the Union Carbide factory here be disposed of? Will it not destroy evidence in the 1984 Bhopal gas disaster? Should it be packed off to other parts of Madhya Pradesh or Gujarat, risking endangering the environment there too?...Around 8,000 tonnes of highly toxic chemicals are still lying unattended in the now shut plant...[also refers to Dow Chemical, the present owner of Union Carbide]