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  • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Supports State and County Air Monitoring Efforts During Kilauea Volcano Eruption

    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Supports State and County Air Monitoring Efforts During Kilauea Volcano Eruption




    (May 17, 2018) - - Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency published the following information:

    Honolulu - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Pacific Southwest Region has deployed emergency responders and air monitoring equipment as part of the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s federal response to the Kilauea volcanic eruption on Hawaii Island.

    “EPA remains on the ground assisting Hawaii and our federal partners in monitoring air quality and ensuring the public is informed of all potential health risks from the Kilauea volcano eruption,” said EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt.




    Photo: An EPA employee installs a S02 air monitoring meter in Hawaii.




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    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Supports State and County Air Monitoring Efforts During Kilauea Volcano Eruption
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    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Supports State and County Air Monitoring Efforts During Kilauea Volcano Eruption




    (May 17, 2018) - - Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency published the following information:

    Honolulu - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Pacific Southwest Region has deployed emergency responders and air monitoring equipment as part of the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s federal response to the Kilauea volcanic eruption on Hawaii Island.

    “EPA remains on the ground assisting Hawaii and our federal partners in monitoring air quality and ensuring the public is informed of all potential health risks from the Kilauea volcano eruption,” said EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt.




    Photo: An EPA employee installs a S02 air monitoring meter in Hawaii.




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    05-18-2018, 06:13 AM

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