A new publication and OSU press release shares about the unexpected reduction of harmful air emissions after there was a reduction of mercury emissions at an Oregon coal-fired power plant. The study was led by the lab of Staci Simonich.
The “Mercury, the Community, and Me” Project is a compilation of educational activities about mercury and the nearby Black Butte Mine Site that begins with a solid foundation of environmental health science.
Researchers from the Oregon State University (OSU) Superfund Research Program (SRP) have collaborated with two northwestern Tribes, the Swinomish and the Samish, to analyze environmental samples for contaminants.
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