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GASP’s Comments at the Nov. 4, 2020 BOH Meeting Re: Coke Oven Regs/Episodic Weather Rules

GASP submitted public comments for the Nov. 4, 2020 Allegheny County Board of Health meeting to speak out about the need to update/strengthen local coke oven regulations and episodic weather rules.

You can learn more about the need for stronger coke oven regulations and our work to get them approved:

Residents to Allegheny County Health Department: Better Protect Us With Strong Coke Oven Regs

What You Need to Know About Allegheny County’s Proposed Coke Oven Regulation Revisions & How to Make Your Voice Heard

Allegheny County Health Department Seeks Public Comment on Proposed Coke Oven Regs

ACHD Air Pollution Advisory Committee: Board of Health Should Approve Coke Oven Reg Revisions to Public Comment

UPDATED: GASP Joins Environmental Groups, Residents to Demand ACHD Action on Coke Oven Regs, Ongoing Air Quality Issues

Same as It Ever Was: Killer Inversion in Pittsburgh Prompted GASP to Call for Tighter Regulations in 1975, Too

GASP, Residents to Hold Press Conference Telling ACHD: Revise Coke Oven Regs & Get a Handle on H2S Violations

You can learn more about the need for episodic weather rules and our work surrounding the issue on our blog:

Board of Health Green Lights Episodic Weather Regulations for Mon Valley, Next Stop Allegheny County Council

GASP Joins Residents, Advocates in Telling Health Dept: Episodic Weather Regs Need to Be Clearer, Stronger

What You Need to Know About Allegheny County’s Draft Episodic Weather Regulations & How to Make Your Voice Heard on Mon Valley Air Pollution

Long-Sought Episodic Weather Regulations Approved for Public Comment

Advisory Committee Votes to Table Episodic Weather Regs, Health Department Says It Might Take it to the BOH Anyway

ACHD Warning of Increased Air Pollution Levels through Monday Reinforces Need for Episodic Weather Regulations

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