PVT Air Quality And Human Health Risk Assessment Studies
Many air quality and human health risk assessment studies were prepared for the PVT Integrated Solid Waste Management Facility (ISWMF). Collectively, these reports describe ambient air quality at the PVT ISWMF and assess potential health impacts of fugitive dust on PVT employees and residents downwind of PVT operations. These reports were either prepared by or submitted to the State of Hawaii Department of Health as part of PVT’s Solid Waste Management Permit. Links to these studies are provided below for convenience.
Air Quality Impact and Monitoring Reports
Air Monitoring, PVT Land Company, Summary Report, November 2009-November 2010 (Morrow 2010)
Baseline Air Monitoring, PVT Land Company, Airborne Metals Analysis, October-November 2010 and May-June 2011 (Morrow 2011a, 2011b).
Nanakuli Dust Study Technical Evaluation and Recommendations, December 2011 (Tetra Tech 2011) prepared for the Department of Health.
Air Quality Impact Report, Proposed Operations Expansion PVT Integrated Solid Waste Management Facility (Morrow 2015).
Air Quality Impact Report, PVT Integrated Solid Waste Management Facility Relocation (Morrow 2019).
Human Health Risk Assessment Reports
Human Health Risk Assessment of Fugitive Dust and Surface Soils, PVT Landfill, June 2005 (AMEC 2005)
PVT Landfill Human Health Risk Assessment of AES Conditioned Ash Limited Demonstration Project, February 2010 (AMEC 2010)
PVT Landfill Limited Human Health Risk Assessment Construction Debris Recycling, July 2010 (Environmental Risk Analysis LLC 2010)
PVT Landfill, Human Health Risk Assessment, Construction Debris Recycling and Material Recycling Facility, April 2015 (Environmental Risk Analysis LLC 2015)
PVT Landfill Human Health Risk Assessment Use of Gasification Wood and Plastic Ash, June 2017 (Environmental Risk Analysis LLC 2017)