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Tittabawassee River Watch Home Page  The dioxin problem, call to action, solutions, and background info
About TRW  What is TRW,  mission statement, meeting schedules and location, publications, posters, contact information.
What's in the river besides contaminated fish?  July 2007 EPA document reveals all
The Long Shadow documentary, a 90 minute video chronicling the dioxin discovery and subsequent plight of river residents.
Tittabawassee River current news updates Latest, breaking news (see News Update Archives for past info)
TRW News Update Archives (goes back to October 2002, Newspaper page goes back to January 2002))
Campaign for a Clean Watershed  Join now, the T.River affects everyone down river of Midland
Dow Chemical Class Action Lawsuit Overview   Contact information, law firm background, legal documents
Dow Chemical Class Action Lawsuit Court Activity   Day by day summary of lawsuit activity
Tittabawassee River dioxin contamination discovery   Documents related to discovery and coverup
What is dioxin?  Reports and other documents explaining what Dioxin is and how it is measured.
Dioxin dangers   Human health effects research related to dioxin, especially children
Meeting and Event Calendar  Dates, times, and locations of past and future meetings, events, court related activities
EPA, Includes Dr. Linda Birnbaum video presentation "Dioxin: Are we at risk?" and the EPA's  Dioxin Reassesment activities
FOIA Documents: copies of documents obtained under the Freedom of Information Act
Community Advisory Committee (CAP)  Covers CAP activities, agenda's, meeting summary's, supporting documents
Where is dioxin contamination in the Tittabawassee River flood plain  Maps of dioxin contaminated areas
How much dioxin has bee found in the Tittabawassee River flood plain Dioxin levels found in MDEQ studies
Who contaminated the Tittabawassee River flood plain with dioxin  Obvious
Dioxin Fingerprints, In case you had any doubts  Colored graphs showing chemical analysis of dioxin in floodplain
Junk Science ?  This page is actually about the fraud of "Sound Science" and the polluters who promot it
Dioxin Politics Who are the Dow cronies for the State of Dow (Michigan)?
Can we trust Dow Chemical when it comes to dioxin contamination Info on how Dow avoids responsibility around the world.
What's being done to protect people from dioxin in the Tittabawassee River  Regulatory and lawsuit paths, Cleanup techniques
What can I do to protect myself from dioxin in the Tittabawassee River  Dioxin protection advice for adults and children
Dioxin studies summary chart  a simple chart of relevant studies, their status, due dates, background info, and final reports
Wild Game Advisory Information about contamination of animals in T.River floodplain and MDCH consumption advisory
How much dioxin have local residents assimilated?  Preliminary results of MDCH Pilot Exposure Investigation
Citizen comments on the dioxin contamination in the Tittabawassee River flood plain  Comments from the community
Citizen editorials on the dioxin contamination in the Tittabawassee River flood plain Local newspaper editorials,
The Hebert Chronicles Local resident Diane Hebert's email conversations with authorities about pubic illness and dioxin contamination
Images/Pictures  Many pictures of floodplain area
River Floods  Background on 1986 & 2004  flooding of the Tittabawassee with pictures of the contamination
Real-estate, facilities, and Environmental Remediation Laws, Part 201   Property owners responsibilities as Hazardous Waste Facility Operators
Related Newspaper & other media Articles  Articles from around the country going back to January 2002
Topics  A few excerpts from our website of special interest
Documents  Many of documents from website all listed in alphabetical order
Links  Websites of interest
Glossary  Definitions for many of the terms used on the website. 

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You are now viewing the SITE MAP  page.  A basic overview of TRW and the issues can be found on the HOME page.  The most recent news is published on the NEWS CURRENT page.   Older items from the News Current page are periodically moved to the NEWS ARCHIVE page. Contact information is listed in the ABOUT TRW page.   The CITIZEN FORUM page contains comments from local citizens who wish to remain anonomous.   The EDITORIAL page contains comments from citizens who have no problem wiht their names being published.  See the ABOUT TRW page for instructions on how to publish your thoughts.  The NEWSPAPER ARTICLE  page contains many relevant articles pertaining to the issues. The DOCUMENTS & LINKS page contains many of the documents cited elsewhere in the site.  A GLOSSARY page is located at the end.  Listen to Dr. Linda Birnbaum of the EPA discuss Dioxin and the risks associated with human exposure on the EPA page.

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