The Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday announced plans to evaluate endangerment related to lead emissions from piston-engine aircraft
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on Wednesday announced that it will begin evaluating a ban on leaded aviation fuel, which is responsible for widespread lead contamination in communities such as those surrounding Reid-Hillview Airport in East San José. County of Santa Clara leaders and community partners, who have been advocating for this action for decades, will respond to this milestone EPA announcement and the path toward a nationwide ban on leaded aviation fuel.
Supervisor Cindy Chavez, County of Santa Clara Board of Supervisors
James Williams, County Counsel, County of Santa Clara
Marcie Keever, Program Director, Friends of the Earth (FoE)
Maricela Lechuga, Cassell neighborhood leader
Wednesday, January 12, 2022, at 1 p.m.
County of Santa Clara Government Center
James P. McEntee Plaza (by the flagpoles)
70 West Hedding Street
San José, CA 95110
The event will stream live on the County's FB page.
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