Chicago Activist Says City Isn’t Doing Enough To Limit Health Risks From Toxic Metal | WBEZ
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Chicago Activist Says City Isn't Doing Enough To Limit Health Risks From Toxic Metal

Manganese is a type of metal used to make steel that contains toxins linked to nervous system damage. Last month, the city of Chicago announced a safety agreement with S.H. Bell, a company that stores manganese in a facility on the Southeast Side. The company will now keep the metal inside and not transport it during high winds.

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