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Fearing blasts, state to inspect small plants

Neighborhood proximity a factor for chemical sites

By David Abel
Globe Staff / May 8, 2007

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DANVERS -- In hopes of preventing the kind of explosion that leveled a Danvers neighborhood last November, state officials outlined yesterday the first federally approved plan to inspect small chemical and hazardous waste plants that they said could pose "a significant danger to populations in the event of a problem or accident." (Full article: 1109 words)

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