John Swett High School Selected for Children's Air Monitoring Study
For immediate release
CROCKETT– Staff of the California Environmental Protection Agency's Air Resources Board (ARB) will hold a community meeting Tuesday, May 22, to discuss a special air monitoring project to be installed at John Swett High School.
Tuesday, May 22
6:45 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
John Swett High School Cafeteria
1098 Pomona Street
Based on the community's environmental interest, the school's close proximity to freeways and industry, and the geography of the area, John Swett High School has been chosen as the primary air monitoring site for the Crockett community. Community members are encouraged to attend an informational meeting to learn more about children's environmental health protection, provide suggestions and ask questions of the ARB staff.
Children can be more at risk from air pollution's harmful health effects. The children's health study is an effort to evaluate current monitoring procedures and will include a review of ambient air quality standards, additional air monitoring, and the identification and control of air toxics. John Swett High School is one of six locations throughout the state chosen for this one-year study. More information