They're Not Going to Take It, Probably

Argentines are hopping mad. Turns out their government has been negotiating the use of the Patagonian desert in southeastern Argentina as a dumping ground for the world's human and industrial wastes. First France signed up; then came news that a New Jersey company, ironically named the Environmental Development Corp., was hoping to send 200,000 tons of treated sewage a year. Argentines figure they have enough of their own.


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