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Voluntary Air Toxic Reductions at Gas Stations in the Philadelphia Area


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The 1996 National Air Toxics Assessment (NATA) has placed benzene as an air toxic causing significant health risks in Philadelphia and its surrounding counties. Gasoline service stations are a source of Hazardous Air Pollutants especially benzene. In an effort to address air toxic emissions from gas service stations, Pennsylvania Department of the Environment, AAA, local environmental organizations, Pennsylvania gas station and petroleum associations, and local fuel suppliers. The goal of this coalition is 1) to develop and distribute educational and outreach material about Stage II vapor recovery requirements to gasoline station owners and operators and 2) to develop and provide outreach and educational material to the public about how they can prevent the release of gasoline vapors when pumping gas.

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