More than 75 residents gathered for a Q&A with environmental scientists along with Rev. Horace Stand, pastor of Faith Temple and founder of the Chester Environmental Partnership (CEP), and long-time Chester residents Dolores and John Shelton, also CEP members. Chester has seen its share of hazardous and municipal-waste treatment facilities, including a power plant, refinery, chemical and paper manufacturers, and at least one Superfund site (toxic dump sites that the EPA has designated for clean-up).

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