n a request filed on Wednesday, the Concerned Citizens of St. John urged the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights to investigate cancer risks, recommend air pollution limits and join the group’s calls for the plant to be shut down.
An environmental group is demanding that the EPA take emergency actions to reduce chloroprene emissions at the Denka Performance Elastomer manufacturing plant in LaPlace
This editorial by the Advocate totally exonerates DENKA from cancer causing as the LSU study did not state DENKA caused the cancer also alleging that the number of cases is not over the national average. The Advocate has proven through
An LSU audit aimed at measuring how completely Louisiana’s cancer incidence database has counted new cancer cases around a controversial manufacturer in St. John the Baptist Parish concludes that the Louisiana Tumor Registry appears to have found all “reportable” cases
A federal judge has dismissed the lawsuit filed by David Acosta and 22 other St. John the Baptist Parish residents charging that chloroprene air pollution from the Denka chemical plant in Reserve caused them difficulty breathing, headaches, hair loss, heart