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toxic waste dump

n. a horrible person or place. Frank, stop acting like a toxic waste dump and do as you’re asked.
See also: dump, waste
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The truth behind why women stay in toxic relationships
The surprise is that this molecule can target some of these packing arrangements that are toxic and rearrange them into packing arrangements that are not toxic.
As mentioned in the book, toxic minerals can also be removed by nature's detoxifiers; that is, by eating natural detoxifying foods.
Scientists may find that many pollutants aren't as toxic at low doses as has been assumed, Calabrese says.
Soil testing in 2003 and 2005 found high levels of rocket-fuel ingredient perchlorate, chromium and highly toxic dioxins.
This is the most detailed toxic site map ever made publicly available for New York City," said Walter Hang, Toxics Targeting's president.
The three most prominent trigger theories manifestation, exposure and continuous--usually applied to toxic tort claims causing bodily injury, were considered.
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Now the Toxics Advisory Board proposes adding 170 more businesses to the program, including auto body repair shops, dry cleaners, gas stations and lodging establishments with swimming pools.
Since the beginning of the program, there have been steady declines in toxic chemicals released in the U.
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Toxin handlers" may bring to mind images of workers in spacesuits handling toxic waste, but as Peter J.
The Cluster Rule includes prescribed procedures and levels to determine what is safe or toxic.
Given the environmental risks of the toxic chemicals used in most manufacturing processes, the arrival of Intel four years ago was widely debated by activist groups both in Costa Rica and abroad.
Telephones, vitamin C, mammography film, wire insulation, kitchen sinks, aspirin, bridges, and white paper are among the essentials of modern life that share a common foundation: They either contain chemicals listed as toxic by the Environmental Protection Agency or require such chemicals in the manufacturing process.