The Sarnia Area Environmental Health Project (SAEHP) aims to help address concerns about air pollution and other environmental stressors from local industries in the Sarnia area. The project will help enhance understanding of the links between the environment and health in the community, with a focus on assessing exposures to chemicals in air.
Click here for more information on the Sarnia Area Environmental Health Project.
We encourage community members to be involved and provide feedback to the SAEHP. Community meetings will be held periodically to provide project updates, and to receive input from community members and local stakeholders. Meeting announcements and information will be posted in advance. Meeting materials will also be made available online.
Click here for information on meetings and project updates.
For questions or feedback, please email SAEHP@ontario.ca.
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