In most discussions in the media regarding Camp Lejeune water contamination, often the focus is given only to 4 core chemicals – TCE, PCE, benzene and vinyl chloride. While these were prevalent in extraordinary amounts in the groundwater and soil for decades at Lejeune, they are not the only chemicals that were found. According to the EPA, there were many more (at varying levels) determined as site contaminants and published as part of the original EPA Superfund listing.
A new base has popped up on the radar lately for various contamination issues – Kadena Air Base in Okinawa, Japan. According to recent reports, the base covered up information about extensive contamination and over a half dozen surrounding communities may be impacted as a result. According to a recent article from Global Research: