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EPA March 15 Release: Part-FF

EPA March 15 Release: Part-FF

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From the third tranche of EPA emails.
From the third tranche of EPA emails.

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Published by: Competitive Enterprise Institute on Mar 16, 2013
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Release 3 - HQ-FOI-01268-12All emails sent by "Richard Windsor" were sent by EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson
Survey Finds Street-Level Air Pollution in Manhattan
Department of Health and Mental Hygiene This map shows particulate-matter concentrations asmeasured last winter. New York City health officials on Tuesday released the results of the first survey of street-levelair quality ever taken in the city. While the key finding — that Manhattan and other built-up,high-traffic parts of the city have the worst concentrations of particulates — will come as littlesurprise to those who live and work in Manhattan, it will stand in contrast to most indicators thatshow Manhattan leading the city’s five boroughs in indicators of social and economicwell-being.Over all, theCommunity Air Survey[pdf], conducted last winter, showed wide variations in air quality. Not only vehicular traffic, but also concentrations in oil-burning boilers in commercialand residential buildings, accounted for particulate concentrations.Mayor Michael R. Bloombergdiscussed the study, begun as part of hisPlaNYCstrategy for  long-term environmental stability, at the United Nations Climate Change Conference inCopenhagen.“This study clearly demonstrates the impacts that pollution from vehicles and certain oil-burning boilers has on our neighborhoods — and it shows us that the most densely populated areas arealso the most polluted,” he said.Researchers collected and analyzed air samples from 150 sites across the five boroughs lastwinter. The survey found that fine-particle and sulfur dioxide pollution was concentrated in areaswhere more buildings burn oil for heat, and levels were especially high in areas where buildingsuse so-called residual oil (also known as No. 4 and No. 6 oil) in their boilers.Such pollutants can cause respiratory disease and premature death, and they put young andelderly people at particular risk.
Release 3 - HQ-FOI-01268-12All emails sent by "Richard Windsor" were sent by EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson
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Schedule for Lisa P. Jackson EPA Administrator
 Tuesday, January 5, 2010
DriversShift LeadersStaff ContactEric Wachter202-596-0246
07:15 AM - 08:00 AMResidenceDepart for Old Ebbitt Grill08:00 AM - 09:00 AMOld Ebbitt Grill675 15th St., NWWashington, DCBreakfastSubj: Pamela Miller 202-693-1890Reservations for 2 confirmed under Heidi Ellis09:00 AM - 09:30 AMOld Ebbitt GrillDepart for Arlington, VA09:30 AM - 10:30 AMTop of the TownConference Facility1400 14th Street NorthArlington, VAChesapeake Bay Executive Council Transition EventAdvance Contact: Megan Cryan (OA) 564-1553Ct: Travis Loop (CBPO) 410-267-5758Location Ct: Kate Burn 703-387-3023The Administrator will assume her position as Chair of the ChesapeakeExecutive CouncilVA Governor Tim Kaine will participate with the Administrator Agenda:9:30 - 10 AM - Administrator Jackson and Gov. Kaine meet10 - 10:30 AM - Administrator Jackson and Gov. Kaine provide remarks10:30 AM - 11:00 AMArlington, VADepart for Ariel Rios11:30 AM - 12:30 PMBullet RoomBriefing to discuss Environmental Justice in Rulemaking
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Release 3 - HQ-FOI-01268-12All emails sent by "Richard Windsor" were sent by EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson

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