Threat to air quality continues to diminish following warehouse fire in Menominee

By Molly Ruffling
Fox News 11
October 17, 2022
Category: Business & Politics
Region: United States, US East

MENOMINEE, Michigan — Officials have determined that air monitoring and sampling can be reduced after the warehouse fire in Menominee, Michigan earlier this month. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will scale down the number of air monitoring stations surrounding the fire site. The EPA had been collecting measurements for air pollutants at 30 locations surrounding the fire. Monitoring and sampling will continue for “volatile organic compounds.” The EPA says the reduction indicates that the threat to air impact from the fire continues to diminish. [END]

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