UPDATE: Additional Soil Sampling Conducted at Andersen Air Force Base
December 12, 2018 (Tiyan, Guam) – Guam Federal and local environmental officials conducted soil resampling on Andersen Air Force Base, Dec. 4, to determine whether traces of Agent Orange constituents are present in sampling areas previously determined by the Guam Environmental Protection Agency.
Based on inconclusive results in April 2018 from two independent laboratories, and the subsequent data validation report, officials from Guam EPA, US EPA and Joint Region Marianas, agreed to order this additional soil sampling and analysis.
The collaborative peer working group, which is overseeing the management and execution of the Agent Orange Study on Guam, anticipate a 60 to 90 day timeframe for the laboratory analysis to be completed and results available.
For more information about this release, please contact Guam EPA Acting Deputy Administrator Nic Rupley Lee at 300-4753 or email@example.com
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