A quick announcement and an invitation: We recently started a project to make old news new again.
Every so often, you’ll see a post from us over at QUEST, public broadcasting’s award-winning series on science and sustainability. We dig into the science of our stories from over the years and look into the latest research.
Robert’s first story about that gooey asphalt sealant led Washington to ban it. That was 2010 and it was the first state ban in the country. (Last year Minnesota joined Washington in passing a ban.) Yet every year about 85 million gallons of toxic waste known to promote cancer are still carefully painted across about 170 square miles of American cities and suburbs.
So please join us. We’ll be over at QUEST today making some old news new.