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Lightfoot orders new study of Southeast Side pollution after Biden EPA and neighborhood activists raise concerns about proposed scrap shredder

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Activist Gregory Miller speaks as protesters pause at Diversey and Milwaukee avenues in Chicago March 4, 2021. The group is opposed to Reserve Management Group opening a new scrap metal shredding facility along the Calumet River at 116th Street in Chicago. Before marching, they rallied near the home of Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot. (Terrence Antonio James / Chicago Tribune)

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