The Chemist Who Fought the EPA and Won – Twice

From: Women Whistleblowers

“When nothing changed, in 2006 Jenkins sent a 60-page memo to the EPA Inspector General detailing the chemical composition of the dust. In addition to rehashing previous allegations, she offered up proof of criminal fraud. Again she shared this information with Congress and the FBI.RThe According to the Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER), she publicly charged that due to “falsified EPA standards, First Responders waded into dust so corrosive that it caused chemical burns deep within their respiratory system.””

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