Health Consultation – Evaluation of Surface Soil and Garden Produce Exposures for the 35th Ave Site
The purpose of this health consultation is to determine if exposure to arsenic, lead, and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in residential surface soil or garden produce in the Collegeville, Harriman Park, and Fairmont communities is a public health hazard for people who live in or visit the area. Health Consultation Cdc-pdf[PDF – 8.6 MB] – 1/18/2017
Public Health Assessment- Evaluation of Air Exposures in Communities Adjacent to the 35th Avenue Site
The purpose of this public health assessment is to determine if exposure to air contaminants in Collegeville, Harriman Park, and Fairmont communities is a public health hazard for people who live or work in the area. Public Health Assessment Cdc-pdf[PDF – 5.6 MB] – 4/21/2015
Fact sheet Cdc-pdf[PDF – 341 KB] – 4/21/2015
Health Consultation- Assessment of Soil Exposures in Communities Adjacent to the Walter Coke, Inc. Site
The purpose of this public health consultation (PHC) is to determine if past, present, and future exposures to soils in Collegeville, Harriman Park, and Fairmont communities are a public health hazard for people who live or work in the area. Health Consultation Cdc-pdf[PDF – 3.2 MB] – 8/1/2013
Fact sheet Cdc-pdf[PDF – 721 KB] – 8/1/2013
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