Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn recently sent a letter to residents throughout Paramount with an update of the ongoing hexavalent chromium (Cr6) investigation in our community, and the City would like to expand upon certain points.
At the May 25, 2017 Air Quality Sub Committee meeting, members of the public were invited to submit questions to the Sub Committee that would then be responded to and published.
The South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) hosted a Town Hall meeting in the City of Paramount on Tuesday, June 13.
The South Coast Air Quality Management District today filed a petition for an administrative order requiring to reduce its persistent odors impacting the community. The City has expressed support for this decision.
South Coast Air Quality Management District and the City of Paramount have collaborated to greatly expand the business license review process by the air quality regulatory.
SCAQMD will be hosting a pre-meeting gathering before the June 13 Town Hall, where the public is invited to ask questions and discuss various topics with members of SCAQMD’s major divisions.
On May 10, the City of Paramount joined the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health to take soil samples in areas east of Aerocraft Heat Treating Company and Anaplex Corporation.
On Tuesday, June 13, SCAQMD will provide an update on the special air monitoring and investigations related to hexavalent chromium emissions from metal processing facilities in Paramount.
There are currently nearly 30 hexavalent chromium air samplers in Paramount, an unprecedented number for one city in the 60-year history of air monitoring in Southern California.
The South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) has begun sending a monthly report of businesses within the City of Paramount that have received a Notice of Violation (NOV).