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Dr. Paul Doss Explains Chemical in the Water to Tina Stein

The chemical that leaked from a West Virginia plant has passed the Tri-State.
The chemical that leaked from a West Virginia plant has passed the Tri-State. The Evansville Water and Sewer Utility says it has not detected MCHM in the Ohio River, declaring the water safe to drink.

But there are still lots of questions about this chemical designed to clean coal. Tina Stein talks with Dr. Paul Doss, Associate Professor of Geology at the University of Southern Indiana, to find out more about the chemical.
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