Special Report

The 50 Schools With the Most Toxic Air

50. Nelson-Wilks-Herron Elementary
> Location: Mountain Home, AR
> Population: 12,463
> School’s toxic air hazard: 356,289
> School’s biggest toxic hazard: Ethylene oxide

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49. Heritage Elementary School
> Location: Deer Park, TX
> Population: 33,599
> School’s toxic air hazard: 357,446
> School’s biggest toxic hazard: Ethylene oxide

48. Pleasant View Elementary School
> Location: Red Lion, PA
> Population: 6,334
> School’s toxic air hazard: 361,584
> School’s biggest toxic hazard: Chromium

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47. Two Dimensions at Corsicana Elementary School
> Location: Corsicana, TX
> Population: 23,736
> School’s toxic air hazard: 365,811
> School’s biggest toxic hazard: Nickel compounds

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46. Stratford High
> Location: Goose Creek, SC
> Population: 42,944
> School’s toxic air hazard: 367,660
> School’s biggest toxic hazard: Chromium

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