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Announcement of Final Report
Methylmercury in Fish from Lake Pillsbury (Lake County): Guidelines for Sport Fish Consumption
The California Environmental Protection Agency’s (Cal/EPA) Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) announces the final report entitled Methylmercury in Fish from Lake Pillsbury (Lake County): Guidelines for Sport Fish Consumption.
The report presents an evaluation of findings of mercury in fish from Lake Pillsbury, and provides guidelines for limiting consumption of fish from Lake Pillsbury, Lake County. The report was prepared to provide information to the public about the fish consumption guidelines developed for Lake Pillsbury, and was revised following a public workshop held in Lakeport, California on October 29, 1999 and a second public comment period that ended February 14, 2000.
A copy of the report is available from the download area below, or by calling OEHHA at (510) 622-3170. Copies are also available at the Lake County Board of Supervisors office, or by calling (707) 263-2368.
If you would like to receive further information or have questions, please contact Dr. Margy Gassel using the information provided below.
Dr. Margy Gassel
California Environmental Protection Agency
Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment
Pesticide and Environmental Toxicology Section
1515 Clay Street, 16th Floor Oakland, CA 94612
Phone: (510) 622-3170
Fax: (510) 622-3218
Download a copy of the final report Methylmercury in Fish from Lake Pillsbury (Lake County): Guidelines for Sport Fish Consumption