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Air Study at Grenada Stamping Information for Workers - Fact Sheet #10 (April 2017)

Last year, EPA directed Grenada Manufacturing, LLC (Facility), to perform indoor air sampling in the manufacturing building (commonly known as Grenada Stamping and currently operated by Ice Industries). Sampling in October 2016 and January 2017 showed elevated levels of trichloroethene (TCE) in the Facility’s indoor air and in the air beneath the concrete floor (sub-slab). The Facility increased ventilation and air exchange within the building, and follow-up sampling in March 2017 showed improvements. The Facility’s goal is to further reduce TCE concentrations by designing and installing an engineered mitigation system for long-term effectiveness. Levels of TCE in the air outside of the Facility were all below screening levels.

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