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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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1. Did this project include a health effects evaluation or exposure assessment?

2. What assessment features does the project use?

3. If an inventory is used in the project, how will it be developed?

4. What sources of emissions are addressed?

Stationary Major Sources, Stationary Area Source, Ambient Air

5. If monitoring is conducted, how are the data used in the studies?

6. What pollutants are monitored?

SEE PROJECT REPORT (attached under "Record Information" tab) FOR TABLES OF POLLUTANTS WITH THEIR UNIT RISK FACTORS, REFERENCE CONCENTRATIONS, AND ACUTE CONCENRATIONS., 13-Butadiene, 14-Dichlorobenzene, Benzene- including benzene from gasoline, Carbon disulfide, Carbon tetrachloride, Chlorobenzene, Chloroform, Dimethyl sulfate, Ethylbenzene, Ethylene dichloride or 11-Dichloroethane, Ethylene dichloride or 12-Dichloroethane, Hydrogen sulfide, Methyl chloride or Chloromethane, Methyl chloroform or 111-Trichloroethane, Methyl ethyl ketone or 2-Butanone, Methyl tert-butyl ether, o-Xylene, Propylene, Toluene, Trichloroethylene, Perchloroethylene, Dimethyl disulfide, Dimethyl sulfide, Mercaptans

7. If modeling is conducted, what types of models are used?

8. How are modeling data used in the project?

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