In cities across the United States, toxins lurking in the backyards of residents and under the grass of public parks are an ongoing problem. This problem can be attributed to historically sloppy practices with pollutants, changing land uses, the presence of nearby industrial zones, and inadequate enviromental protections, and the end result spells bad news for people, pets, and plants in the area.  See full article.

  In cities across the United States, toxins lurking in the backyards of residents and under the grass of public parks are an ongoing problem. This problem can be attributed to historically sloppy practices with pollutants, changing land uses, the presence of nearby industrial zones, and inadequate enviromental protections, and the end result spells bad news for people, pets, and plants in the area.  See full article.