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Air Quality Study

posted Apr 8, 2015, 10:36 AM by Como Tidbits
The city of Minneapolis is undergoing an air quality study that seeks to identify and quantify over 60 chemicals in the air at various sites around the city. The tests will be done every three months for a two year period by canisters that can be purchased for $160 by residents looking to examine the quality of the air in their home or business. SECIA arranged to have two  sampling canisters within the TCE plume, as well as two outside of the plume.  After one round of sampling,  no TCE have been detected in any of SE Como air samples. A map of the concentrations has been published online here. Residents interested in purchasing an air quality tester for future testing can contact Jenni Lansing at Jenni.Lansing@minneapolismn.gov.