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Pilot Study To Reduce Hexavalent Chromium Emissions From Stainless Steel Welding - A Community Health Project


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This pilot will provide a methodology to determine whether a facility's welding operations may impact the community and will provide information about the kind of control equipment that is appropriate to reduce welding emissions as well as the extent the emissions will be reduced. Control equipment will be placed in up to five welding shops in low-income Los Angeles neighborhoods with particulate matter (PM 2.5) and air toxics measurements conducted before and after the installation of the equipment

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