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From Left: Jessica of Global Community Monitor, Matt Creedon, Jackie James-Creedon WNY Clean Air Coalition, Nick Bassi of WNY Clean Air Coalition, Anne Adams Smutzer, Denny Larson, Melissa Foster the host of the event, Sara Bucic from Delaware, me
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NYDEC Tony Carlacci showing the canisters in the air monitor that was set up near Tonawanda Coke to collect a year of data:
Using a FLIR to see the invisible emissions coming out of that little upsidedown U-shaped pipe coming out the top of that heater asphalt storage tank:
An unannounced representative from Tonawanda Coke (and bodyguard) shows up during lunchtime:
Luella Kinney, activist and former Love Canal resident tells the history of the site, and why no children should ever play on this playground.
Western New York Clean Air Coalition meeting at the end of the conference day to discuss the potential community biomonitoring study.
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