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That means contaminants that aren’t washed off can be stirred up in dust that people living nearby could breathe in.
This story is produced in partnership with StateImpact Pennsylvania, a collaboration among The Allegheny Front, WPSU, WITF and WHYY to cover the commonwealth's energy economy.