NORTH CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA
Chromium concentrations detected in shrimp, but not oysters and crabs, from Shipyard Creek, are a public health hazard; therefore, there may exist a potential health threat after human consumption of the contaminated shrimp on a frequent basis.
- Prevent human consumption of shrimp from Shipyard Creek.
Robert L. Williams, Ph.D
Lynn Wilder, CIH
Environmental Health Specialist
- Memorandum from U.S. Department of Commerce National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, to Dr. Fred Holland, (Director) Marine Resources Research Institute, Charleston, South Carolina, April 20, 1998.