We conducted an air dispersion modeling study of total toxic chemical
emissions from three municipal waste incinerators in Jacksonville,
Florida. The time period of interest was the early 1960's. Emissions were
generated as a result of the incineration of 200,000+ tons of
municipal waste per year at the three incinerator sites.
Shown below is a map depicting the extent of the five-year average
total toxic chemical 100 microgram per cubic meter
isopleth line in Jacksonville. The five-year period that was
modeled was 1961-1965. A high quality PDF version of the map
is available here.
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