The Bioscience Resource Project has organized the digitization of several chemical document collections and made them freely available to the press, lawyers, researchers and the public via DocumentCloud, a searchable web repository.
To learn more or to access these important collections directly go to:
Documenting the Hidden History of Pesticide Hazards.More Information View Documents on DocumentCloud
The Work Files of EPA Branch Chief William Sanjour, Hazardous Waste Whistleblower.More Information View Documents on DocumentCloud
In addition to making these documents publicly available on DocumentCloud, the Project has donated the digitized documents to the UCSF Industry Document Library.
Funding is currently needed for the UCSF Industry Document Library to annotate the Poison Papers and the Sanjour Hazardous Waste Files. With such funding, UCSF can provide more user-friendly and secure search and storage functions for these vital documents.
If you would like to support the UCSF Industry Document Library’s efforts to make annotated versions of The Poison Papers or The Sanjour Hazardous Waste Files available to the public, lawyers and researchers, find out more at: https://www.industrydocuments.ucsf.edu/about/donate/
You can also contact the UCSF Industry Document Library directly to donate additional digitized industry documents to their collection.