1 Year After Fire, Officials Monitor Chevron Refinery EmissionsOne year after a massive fire broke out at the Chevron refinery in Richmond, Bay Area air officials are continuing their efforts to better monitor refinery emissions.
Despite Improved Air Quality Statewide, Some East Bay Communities Can’t Breathe EasyDespite a statewide report that says Californians are breathing cleaner air, some East Bay communities are still suffering from industry-related pollution levels.
Mobile Clinic Combats High Asthma Rates In East Bay NeighborhoodsAn innovative mobile clinic is getting plenty of use as asthma and other respiratory issues plague certain East Bay communities at a disproportionate rate.
More Than 9,000 Sought Treatment After Richmond Chevron Refinery FireMore than 9,000 people sought treatment at local hospitals for health problems stemming from the massive fire at the Chevron refinery in Richmond last week, according to a county health official.

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