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Protecting Communities from Air Toxics (also known as the Camden Waterfront South Air Toxics Pilot Project)


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NATA results predicted that South Camden is exposed to the highest air toxics exposures in New Jersey. The study employed a suite of inventory, modeling and monitoring methods to identify exposure to air toxics in the neighborhood.  The study also generated a set of risk reduction strategies. South Camden was already an area of concern as an Environmental Justice community. The project report is attached. It is/will be available on the Internet at the following location: http://www.nj.gov/dep/ej/airtoxics.htm. The author of the report is Joann Held, Project Manager, Bureau of Air Quality Evaluation, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, P.O. Box 027, Trenton, NJ 08625; telepnone number (609) 633-1110.

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This section describes the results of the assessment, the stakeholders involved, and any future plans related to the assessment.

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1. What are the media concentration or exposure results?


2. What are the individual cancer risk estimate results?


2.a. What is the cancer risk estimate for the maximum exposed individual (MEI)? What HAPs drive the risk?


2.b. What is the maximum individual risk (MIR)? What HAPs drive the risk?


3. What are the individual non-cancer risk estimates: MEI, MIR, worker? What HAPs drive the risk?


4. What are the target-organ specific hazard indices (TOSHI)? If they weren't developed, why not?


5. What are the population risk results?


6. What other results were found as part of this project?


7. What pollutants were identified as being of concern? On what basis?


8. What sources of pollution were identified as being of concern?



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