U.S. Steel didn’t test for toxic metal after spill into Lake Michigan tributary

Chicago Tribune
December 13, 2017
U.S. Steel failed to test a Lake Michigan tributary for highly toxic hexavalent chromium after blue liquid “with visible solids” poured out of one of the company’s northwest Indiana plants in late October, according to documents posted online Tuesday by state regulators. The incident marked the second time this year that the company’s Midwest Plant spilled chromium into Burns Waterway, a man-made slip that flows into the lake near a sprawling complex of steel mills dividing the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore.
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