In what is reported to be a landmark action, the operator of a large California grocery warehouse has mailed an advisory to residents of the area warning of an increase in risk of cancer and other health hazards related to emissions from the hundreds of diesel-powered trucks serving the facility daily. The information, contained in the Orange County Register, May 14, 2000, identifies the warehouse in Buena Park, CA, as one operated by the Albertson's chain of food stores. Between 1,000 and ...

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