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"Generally the pollution levels stay ...
"Generally the pollution levels stay within an acceptable range even in hot weather when we have winds at 10 miles per hour or greater," said Kim Metzler, LRAPA spokeswoman.
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Kim Metzler, ext. 218 - Public Information and Education Outreach
Eugene Weekly : News : 03.30.06
According to Lane Regional Air Pollution Authority (LRAPA) spokesperson Kim Metzler, the arsenic emissions could be coming from small businesses, off-road oil burning and home wood burning."We already knew from the EPA data that arsenic is the pollutant that we have the highest cancer risk from in Lane County," she said."We don't know for sure where it comes from.We can only guess."Metzler
said that the NATA data is out of date, preliminary, and may not be entirely accurate.
agreed that LRAPA
could use more air monitoring data and said that the agency hopes to install a hazardous air pollutant monitoring station near major industrial pollution sources in west Eugene.
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"I think the mood of the community is different than it used to be," says Kim Metzler of the Lane Regional Air Pollution Authority.
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"I think the mood of the community is different than it used to be," says Kim Metzler of the Lane Regional Air Pollution Authority (KVAL, OR).