EPA to study lead pollution at Santa Monica Airport

01/30/2009 | Santa Monica Daily Press (Calif.)

Starting this summer at Santa Monica Airport in California, the EPA will test for lead particulates emitted by propeller aircraft, in hopes of developing lead-testing standards for airports nationwide. The EPA hopes to complete its Santa Monica study by next January as part of an effort to phase out leaded fuels from propeller planes.

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