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Staten Island/New Jersey Urban Air Toxics Assessment Project


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The project was a program of ambient air monitoring and meteorological data collection from October 1987 through September 1989, and indoor air sampling from July 1990 through mid-March 1991. An emission inventory was conducted to assist source identification and support risk management where the risk assessment indicated such a need.

This study examined the levels of toxic air pollutants in the Staten Island/New Jersey area and was designed to assess the health risks (cancer and noncancer) to the residents of Staten Island due to the emission of these toxic air pollutants. Estimation of risk of cancer and noncancer effects from lifetime inhalation exposure to air toxics released from point, area, and mobile sources. A limited study of indoor air and an odor monitoring study was also carried out.

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Completed reports available from National Technical Information Service (NTIS), telephone number (703) 878-4650.

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