This case describes a neighborhood problem in California that was one of the worst headaches for the California State Department of Health Services but now has developed into a most satisfying relationship with a local community. It illustrates that society’s outrage increases with the visibility and concentration of the population at risk.
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- A Landfill Case in California
Raymond R. Neutra
- Springer US