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Houston Chronicle on hydrogen sulfide pollution

  The Houston Chronicle is running a 3 day nationally significant
  series on the matter of toxic hydrogen sulfur pollution.   
  The first installment is today, Sunday, November 9, 1997   See:
  The series tells the story of how hydrogen sulfide was delisted from
  the Clean Air Act hazardous air pollutant list in 1990.
  Anyone paying attention to oil and gas driling, refineries, steel industry
  or kraft pulping air pollution should read this series.
  Thanks to Neil Carman, Clean Air Director of the Lonestar Chapter 
  of the Sierra Club, for alerting us on the start of the series.
  Stories from Michigan, Alberta and Texas are mentioned 
  in installment #1.    NRDC's David Hawkins is quoted.
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