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11 Oct
The Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria (SPDC) and Environmental Rights Action/Friends of the Earth Nigeria (ERA/FoEN) are trading words over the discovery of an alleged toxic waste dumpsite...
7 Sep 2020
Families of three persons allegedly killed by toxic waste discharged into a pit in Omotosho Forest Reserve in Okitipupa Local Government Area of Ondo State have demanded justice.
19 Mar 2017
The toxic waste scare that hit the ancient town of Koko in Delta State, and the emission of hydro-carbon into the environment by some companies in Port Harcourt, the other day, are two incidents that must not be treated with kid gloves.
16 Mar 2017
A laboratory analysis of the recent suspected toxic waste dump at Koko in Warri North local council, Delta State has revealed that the substance has no severe threat to human health, aquatic life and vegetation.
29 Dec 2016
Substances suspected to be toxic waste has been dumped on Asaba-Ebu-Illah road by unknown persons. Residents are currently gripped by fear. Some of the residents alleged that the strange substances....

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