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Home-grown hazardous materials

Posted: Wednesday, May 5, 2010 12:00 am

Lodi and Stockton Fire Department crews stand on Garfield Street on Tuesday evening after responding to a call to dispose of harzardous material. George Juelch, Lodi Fire Department batallion chief, was told by a ParC hazardous waste handler, who declined to be named, that the garbage can contained materials used to make methamphetamine. "That trash can has been there for about six months," said Rene Ortega, a resident on Cherry Street. Garfield and Cherry streets were closed for hours as emergency crews and ParC Specialty Contractors, a private company that the state subcontracts with, dealt with the container. (Jordan Guinn/News-Sentinel)



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