Valero Seeks Permit to Increase Hydrogen Cyanide Emission in Vulnerable Communities – TCEQ documents included

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  1. October 4, 2018

    […] refinery originally sought a permit that would allow for 512 tons of hydrogen cyanide emissions per year — a number they lowered after a public uproar at the first permit hearing back in June. But […]

  2. May 23, 2019

    […] health risks; in fact, the cancer risk is 22% higher than that for the overall Houston urban area. Manchester residents and Texas Environmental Justice Advocacy Services also organized against Valero’s air permit application, and after two public meetings, it is […]

  3. May 23, 2019

    […] health risks; in fact, the cancer risk is 22% higher than that for the overall Houston urban area. Manchester residents and Texas Environmental Justice Advocacy Services also organized against Valero’s air permit application, and after two public meetings, it is […]

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