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Informe: Alerta de gestión - se requieren medidas inmediatas para informar a los ciudadanos que viven cerca de instalaciones que emiten óxido de etileno, sobre los problemas de salud y las medidas para atender esos problemas

Informe #20-N-0128, 31 de marzo de 2020 (puesto a disposicion en espanol: 18 de mayo de 2020)

La EPA debe informar a los ciudadanos que viven cerca de instalaciones que emiten cantidades significativas de óxido de etileno sobre el elevado riesgo estimado de cáncer, a fin de que puedan atender los riesgos para la salud.

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