Public hearing on lead contamination in the Metropolitan Toronto area
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Public hearing on lead contamination in the Metropolitan Toronto area by Ontario. Environmental Hearing Board.

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Published by The Board in Toronto .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Lead -- Environmental aspects -- Ontario -- Toronto metropolitan area.,
  • Lead in the body.,
  • Lead-poisoning -- Ontario -- Toronto metropolitan area.

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsCaverly, D. S.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRA1231L4 O6
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 193, 73 p.
Number of Pages193
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19467893M

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In February, Bruitparif, a nonprofit organization that monitors environmental-noise levels in metropolitan Paris, published a report that combined medical projections from the World Health. THE METROPOLITAN TORONTO POLICE ASSOCIATION hereinafter referred to as "the Association" SOLE ARBITRATOR: Maureen K. Saltman APPEARANCES: For the Board: Michael A. Hines, Counsel For the Association: Ian J. Roland, Counsel Hearings in this matter were held at Toronto on September 4 and Octo AWARDFile Size: KB.   Those public hearings will be rescheduled in the same cities as previously slated, in August or September Once the rescheduling is completed, hearing dates, times, and the new comment period ending date will be posted on the division’s website. and the primary exposure pathway is ingestion of lead-contaminated dust. Lead is a toxic.   The research, conducted for the Journal of Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery, says although noise levels from the Toronto transit system are within acceptable levels of safe noise exposure, frequent cumulative exposure could place individuals at risk for noise-induced hearing loss.

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Health studies usually report on average noise exposure for a specific period (daytime, nighttime or 24 hrs) and measured as A- weighted decibel levels (dBA). Toronto Public Health (TPH) conducted a noise monitoring study in the early fall of The average hour equivalent noise levels in Toronto were dBA.   4. – Pollution becomes an issue in wider society 5. – Extensive pollution damage during period of rapid industrial growth 6. – Pollution problems continue to worsen 7. – Lack of commitment in environmental policy 8. –present: Mounting concern for global environmental issues File Size: KB. A Toronto school principal facing sharp criticism for keeping a list of black students quietly announced she will be transferring schools, but students whose . It is estimated by Toronto Public Health that air pollution in Toronto from all sources currently causes 1, premature deaths and 3, hospitalizations within the city annually. Over half of Toronto's air pollution is emitted within the city's boundaries with the largest local source being traffic including all types of on-road vehicles.