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Chris Bashaw, Assistant Editor
12:22 pm PDT July 28, 2014

A July 17 press release from a Washington D.C.-based whistle-blowing group stated polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) contamination at Malibu High School and Juan Cabrillo Elementary School is as much as 7,400 times greater than previously measured, citing results from an independent test.

The press release appeared at, the website for Public Employees For Environmental Responsibility (PEER), which is a nonprofit organization  advocating the issue and concerns it shares with Malibu-based advocacy group, Malibu Unites.