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Air quality testing in East Palestine, Ohio

Last Updated on February 27, 2023 at 10:05am

Since arriving on site and every day since, our teams have tested the air in East Palestine with multiple methods of real-time and analytical testing around town and near the incident site.

Toxicologists at CTEH are helping answer the questions around air quality, and report that all of their air monitoring and sampling data, collectively do not indicate any short- or long-term risks. With decades of experience CTEH often works with government services and businesses to test quality in communities.

For questions about the air, you can reach a toxicologist at (234)-542-6474; and you can also call for air monitoring at your home at (330) 849-3919.

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    Last Updated on April 9, 2024 at 8:06am $600 million settlement underscores commitment to making it right ATLANTA, April 9, 2024 – Norfolk Southern Corporation (NYSE: NSC) announced Tuesday that it has reached a $600 million agreement in principle to resolve a consolidated class action lawsuit relating to the East Palestine derailment. If approved by…

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  • Plans to revitalize East Palestine City Park moving forward 

    Last Updated on March 11, 2024 at 6:07pm WKBN published a story about the community’s approval of plans to update East Palestine City Park. “Right now, city officials expect to break ground sometime this summer, with the work being completed in phases.” Norfolk Southern has pledged $25 million to the project, including funding the master…

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  • EPA says East Palestine surface water remediation approaching milestone

    Last Updated on March 5, 2024 at 11:06am The Morning Journal published a story about water remediation efforts approaching a milestone with plans to return the natural flow of water back into Sulphur Run. The process of returning the flow of groundwater to Sulphur Run “will begin to occur in the next two-to-four weeks, with…

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