Saturday, September 10, 2016

Former EPA head sorta admits mistake on WTC air quality

In a non-apology statement of regret former EPA head admits she was wrong to tell New Yorkers that downtown the post-9/11 air was safe.  Yet she still  voices skepticism about the injury claims, says it was really the city's fault, and that she and the EPA did the best they could: the scientific advice was wrong.  For resources on the World Trade Center disaster site cleanup cases see this page.  There you will find the study of non-smoking firemen who suffered dramatic losses of lung function.

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