In a trial run for an expected nationwide ban, the EPA says no more "mixing zones" in the Great Lakes region for 22 highly toxic chemicals. Mixing zones are places in which it was thought water dilutes pollutants, but new research shows that's not always the case. The Great Lakes Radio Consortium's David Sommerstein reports.
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