EPA data: Cumulative amount of Hydrogen Sulfide UP 800 PERCENT in coastal Louisiana since well was ‘capped’ on July 15

Tuesday, August 24, 2010
By Paul Martin

FloridaOilSpillLaw.com
August 24th, 2010

Hourly readings in last day have averaged 15-20 times above the EPA’s “safe exposure level”

Human Health Effects from Exposure to Low-Level Concentrations of Hydrogen Sulfide, Occupational Health & Safety, October 2007:

EPA set the safe exposure level at 0.00014 ppm. [.14 ppb]
From the CDC: The EPA is monitoring air quality in the Gulf Coast region. The maps and charts are available here.

The rest…HERE

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