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World Trade Center Indoor Air Assessment: Selecting Contaminants of Potential Concern and Setting H

COPC - Final - 09-12-02.pdf

Title

World Trade Center Indoor Air Assessment: Selecting Contaminants of Potential Concern and Setting H

Description

[pdf document, World Trade Center Indoor Air Taskforce Working Group, 2002] Once the outdoor recovery efforts were completed, health and environmental agencies turned their focus to the indoor environment. A Working Group comprised of staff from The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and several other agencies developed a document with a list of pollutants -- Contaminants of Potential Concern (COPC) -- that could be of concern in the indoor environment in lower Manhattan, standards for safe levels for these contaminants and assessments of the effectiveness of various cleaning methods. It then requested the non-profit research organization, Toxicology Excellence for Risk Assessment (TERA), to conduct an independent scientific peer review of this work. This was the main document reviewed by TERA, and was presented at the TERA conference on these issues. Email: TERA@TERA.org

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COPC - Final - 09-12-02.pdf

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Date Entered

2002-10-30

Citation

“World Trade Center Indoor Air Assessment: Selecting Contaminants of Potential Concern and Setting H,” September 11 Digital Archive, accessed December 12, 2017, http://911digitalarchive.org/items/show/2879.

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