Author: Al Jazeera, Published on: 18 December 2007
The town of La Oroya in the Peruvian Andes is home to a giant smelting complex, that's been providing employment to local people for 80 years. But it's also left generations suffering from the effects of lead, dust and fumes. [includes comments by Doe Run (part of Renco)]
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