EPA says the air is safe at Roland-Story HS
December 21, 2009
The EPA has been conducting special air-quality monitoring at Roland-Story High School
in central Iowa, out of concern that polyurethane production nearby may have been exposing students and staff to diisocyanates, which could pose a health risk. The results of the EPA's monitoring tests
suggest that there's no risk present, which should provide reassuring news to the community.
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