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Fropm the Los Angeles Times.
The costs keep piling up as a project to study chromium 6 removal becomes a bigger expense than expected for Glendale, which has been trudging through nine years of research to strip the cancer-causing contaminant from groundwater. Although the City Council last week approved spending an additional $400,000 to continue research at two testing facilities ? just two months after the council gave the green light to spend $550,000 in grant and state funding on more research ? some city officials are getting antsy.
Part of the $400,000 will cover requests by the Environmental Protection Agency and California Department of Public Health for additional cost information, according to a city report.