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Pollution Control
 

D.C. PR start-up handles touchy publicity surrounding haszardous-waste cleanups and landfills.
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Even public relations people are narrowing their markets. One former White House staffer and Superfund consultant has started a firm to handle the touchy publicity surrounding hazardous-waste cleanups and the siting of new incinerators and landfills. By subletting space from a prominent environmental law firm in Washington, D.C., Environmental Issues Management gains office services and prospective contacts at no extra cost.

-- Leslie Brokaw

Last updated: Oct 1, 1990




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