Lakewood is one of 19 U.S. cities to have high levels of ethylene oxide.
The EPA held a meeting this week to discuss concerns. It’s a colorless and flammable gas. It’s also typically odorless, with levels found in the air. The EPA says, when over-inhaled over time, this gas is known to cause blood cancers and breast cancer in women.
According to the EPA, “In the coming weeks, EPA plans to engage with…
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