Virtual Community Meeting about Ethylene Oxide

You are invited to the U.S. EPA/WV DEP Ethylene Oxide (Eto) Community Meeting 

The federal EPA and the state DEP will provide information and answer questions about ethylene oxide, how it is managed, and associated risks in Institute and South Charleston.

This meeting is to inform members of the community, public officials, and members of community organizations about ethylene oxide and known health effects, uses of ethylene oxide, and what can be done to improve community safety.

Due to the current pandemic, in lieu of an in-person meeting, EPA and WV DEP have opted to hold a virtual meeting to engage with the community.

This meeting will be held online and/or over the phone via Zoom Cloud Meeting Video and Call in Conferencing.
The meeting address is:

Meeting ID: 160 724 1585

To dial in to the audio portion:

US: +1 669 254 5252 or +1 646 828 7666 or +1 669 216 1590 or +1 551 285 1373
Meeting ID: 160 724 1585

From more information, see these two recent Charleston Gazette articles: 

EPA, DEP reassessing high Kanawha cancer risks from air toxics after review of Union Carbide emissions 

High cancer risk from Union Carbide emissions in Kanawha persists, analysis suggested workplace study

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