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Denver's Air Toxics Program: Working on the Local Front


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The Denver Department of Environmental Health (DDEH), in conjunction with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) began an air toxics assessment for the Denver Metropolitan area in the fall of 1999. DDEH's role in this review process includes evaluating impacts caused by direct emissions from such facilities. To better understand the incremental impacts and/or risks posed by increased air emissions, the baseline concentrations had to be established. DDEH will finalize 1996 baseline concentrations in 2002, and will update the assessment every 3 years.

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