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Thomas Rooney

Corroding sewers, not Alaskan oil pipes, are the real danger

By Thomas Rooney
August 15, 2006

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AS BAD AS they are, the corroding Alaskan oil pipelines in the news are far from the worst in America -- though you might never know that from recent headlines, and as I found out in the media aftermath of the pipeline shutdown. (Full article: 681 words)

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