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EOHSI 9/11 20th Anniversary Commemoration – We need your support!

Facebook Twitter Youtube eohsi news and announcements EOHSI’s 9/11 20th Anniversary Commemoration: Please Support the Event! 170 Frelinghuysen Road, Piscataway, NJ 08854 – 848-445-0200  Fax: 732-445-0131 Facebook Twitter Youtube Copyright © 2021, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Posted at 3:01 pm July 21, 2021, in engagement, EOHSI Research, News

Ultraviolet (UV) and other Disinfection Devices for Public Transit in Response to COVID-19

Facebook Twitter Youtube eohsi news and announcements EOHSI and CAIT Research Project: Ultraviolet (UV) and other Disinfection Devices for Public Transit in Response to COVID-19 https://eohsi.rutgers.edu/wp-content/uploads/NJ-Transit-Study-Video-All-clips-incorporated-4-19-21.mov Watch Video Research project by the Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Trasportation (CAIT) and the Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute (EOHSI) This project was designed as a rapid […]

Posted at 3:38 pm June 30, 2021, in engagement, EOHSI Research, News

EOHSI to provide technical guidance to Jersey City’s “heat islands” project this summer

Facebook Twitter Youtube eohsi news and announcements EOHSI to provide technical guidance to Jersey City’s “heat islands” project this summer Air quality monitoring equipment Sustainable JC, a network of community groups and individuals advocating for more environmentally friendly practices and policies in Jersey City, this summer will map heat “islands,” areas of unusually high temperature […]

Posted at 3:15 pm May 24, 2021, in engagement, EOHSI Research, News

Rutgers Pilot Study of Perfluorochemical Compounds in Paulsboro Residents

During travel on busy roadways, air pollutants (gases and particles) from other cars and trucks commonly enter vehicles. Drivers and passengers inhale these pollutants. Studies indicate that breathing these pollutants may have harmful effects on lung and heart health.

Posted at 9:01 am October 6, 2020, in Community Outreach, engagement, EOHSI Research, Paulsboro