EPA to monitor air quality at 4 schools-WEB ONLY

Pittsboro Elementary School west of Indianapolis will be one of four Indiana schools whose air quality will be monitored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. In all, the agency will monitor 62 schools across the country. In December, USA Today claimed Pittsboro Elementary had potentially dangerous pollutants. EPA officials also will monitor Lincoln Elementary in Warsaw, Abraham Lincoln Elementary in East Chicago and Jefferson Elementary in Gary for airborne metals such as lead, nickel and manganese.

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