|The New Mexico Environment Department/Air Quality Board is developing a stakeholder-based health risk assessment process to research, identify and quantify potential air quality health risks from toxic air pollutants in the Village of Corrales. The project will include a series of public meetings and forums to provide community input for the direction and focus of the work. The study included a series of ongoing community meetings and methods to both provide and receive community input on the project. The study included a citizen complaint assessment, an emissions inventory, air toxics monitoring, air dispersion modeling, and a health risk characterization.|
See the project website below or contact Mary Uhl at NMED for a completed report.