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State OKs New Plan to Cut Toxic Pollution at Plant

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Sterigenics said last week that it had just submitted an application for a permit for the proposed facility changes. The company has been the target of protests from Smyrna-area residents concerned about the use of a cancer-causing gas, ethylene oxide, in its sterilization process.

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