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|Environmental :: Pesticide & Toxics||News Articles (Miscellaneous)||Last summer, the E.P.A. determined that a Simplot factory was the main source of a potentially deadly amount of phosphorus dumped into the Portneuf River. Simplot produces more than 3 billion pounds of french fries annually and supplies McDonald's with over half of its potato inventory. But some of the company's nonedible products—including phosphate, phosphorus, and nitrate compounds—have made it infamous among environmentalists. For decades, Simplot has stored the waste by-products from its Pocatello, Idaho, fertilizer factory in an unlined stockpile that has contaminated the surrounding groundwater and polluted the nearby Portneuf River with a mixture of toxins, including arsenic and nitrate. Although Simplot has worked to clean up the site, which is listed as a Superfund site, it has also continued to operate the fertilizer plant.||Feb. 19, 2008||Simplot|
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