A decade before Hungary’s toxic sludge spill, Romanian rivers were the victim of two catastrophic accidents. by Catherine Lovatt The toxic spill that escaped a week ago from a reservoir in central Hungary and killed seven people has carried up to a million cubic meters of highly alkaline sludge into the Marcal river, which feeds […]

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