Sunday, December 27, 2009

Breathe Deep, Neighbors

Well, what do you know?  Turns out when (1) there was no access to the Wilson Yard worksite during excavation and (2) the digging was already completed when tests were run, the government could only find that the dust produced was just sort of toxic. 

"A few of the individual soil sample results from various depths exceeded screening comparison values; however, the average levels of lead, arsenic and PAHs in the samples were less than comparison values or cleanup objectives....

Since no one had direct access to on-site soil during excavation and hauling activities...

IDPH staff observed that earth moving had ceased and that the exterior shell of the building was mostly complete..."

Read all about it here.

1 comment:

  1. Seems like some good info for ward residents to be made aware of come election time.

    This one ranks up there with "Fish Farm" for 60 Million.

    Just sayin'.