Upper Columbia River Valley: Preliminary Review and Evaluation of Available Air Quality Monitoring Data and Consideration of Potential Present-Day Health Risks
Upper Columbia River Valley: Preliminary Review and Evaluation of Available Air Quality Monitoring Data and Consideration of Potential Present-Day Health Risks (Number of pages: 27) (Publication Size: 2198KB)
|Author(s)||Matt Kadlec, Charles Gruenenfelder, John Roland|
|Description||A large metals smelting facility operates about seven miles directly north of the U.S.-Canadian border in Trail, British Columbia. Concerned residents of the greater Northport-area community living along the upper Columbia River valley have requested more information about current air quality.
In response, the Washington Department of Ecology’s Toxics Cleanup Program asked our Air Quality Program specialists to use existing air monitoring data to evaluate conditions and assess whether more air monitoring is needed.
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|Contact||Matt Kadlec at 360-407-6817 or email@example.com|
|Keywords||Stevens, Air quality standards, toxics, metals, smelter, Smelter Plume, superfund, lead, cadmium, air pollution, arsenic, air monitoring|
|WEB PAGE||Toxics Cleanup Program: Upper Columbia River Lake Roosevelt Site|
|CLEANUP SITE||Cleanup Site ID: 12125
|FACILITY SITE||Facility Site ID: 17013
Upper Columbia River Valley Air Quality
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