The database is being built from documents that Rosner and Markowitz gathered through a variety of law suits over environmental and occupational hazards including vinyl chloride, asbestosis, silicosis, lead and PCBs.
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The hope is that it could foster a better understanding of the industries, their impact on communities, and perhaps even lead to new discoveries. There are still new tobacco finds to this day, she says, and the same potential exists with ToxicDocs, which she described as user-friendly.
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F or his part , Chowkwanyun is careful to differentiate ToxicDocs from sites like WikiLeaks, which publishes confidential or personal information often provided by anonymous sources. All the documents on ToxicDocs, he said, are already publicly available. The site just centralizes what would otherwise be scattered in courtrooms and law offices around the country.
The hope is that the site could foster a better understanding of the industries and their impact on communities. With the official launch last week, the range of documents on ToxicDocs is expansive. There are some half a million more in the archive. Sheldon Whitehouse, a Democrat from Rhode Island, is a staunch supporter of the project.
Of course, the potential impact of ToxicDocs is still largely theoretical.
The earlier iterations were not heavily publicized and the bulk of the documents were only uploaded recently. It will take time for people to comb through them. But Chowkwanyun is already looking ahead, and hopes that the site will continue to grow and adapt.
Rosner and Markowitz would love to see the site thrive as well. Instead of having to defend themselves to every critic, or respond to every document request, they have started referring people to the website. They thank Chowkwanyun for that. The duo had always wanted to make the material available to the public, Rosner said. Your email address will not be published. Previous Article.
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