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Air Quality Investigation Again Shows No Health Risks Near Colorado School

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An investigation conducted by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has once again shown that the air quality is safe around a local school in Greeley and nearby oil and natural gas wellsite.

The Denver Post reported on CDPHE’s findings from its third round of air sampling at that location:

“An investigation into elevated levels of benzene, a cancer-causing agent, in the air near a Greeley school has found no health risks for students or nearby residents, but state officials recommend several measures going forward, including continued monitoring of the site.” (emphasis added)

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