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A community group will now be able to monitor the pollution in the air of the largest city in the state, thanks to $150,000 equipment from the Environmental Protection Agency.


"The Ironbound neighborhood is a perfect example of the negative environmental and health impacts of industrial pollution," the ICC's Environmental Justice Manager Isella Ramirez said in a statement.

"Citizen science projects that connect local residents to air quality data helps to ignite the community to advocate for health-protective policies at the local, state, and federal levels."

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