Monsanto agrees clean-up of toxic Brofiscin quarry in Wales

| 19th February 2011
Investigations

The Environment Agency had previously been criticised for failing to hold Monsanto to account for the pollution at the Brofiscin quarry

Environment Agency finds Monsanto, BP and Veolia liable for clean up after thousands of tonnes of cancer-causing chemicals - including PCBs, dioxins and Agent Orange derivatives - dumped in Welsh quarry
 

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