Record Display for the EPA National Library CatalogRECORD NUMBER: 6 OF 15
|Main Title||Evaluation of Health and Environmental Effects of Extra High Voltage (EHV) Transmission.|
|CORP Author||Office of Radiation Programs, Washington, DC. Surveillance and Emergency Preparedness Div.|
|Additional Subjects||Power transmission lines ; Environmental impacts ; Pollution ; Electric fields ; Public health ; Magnetic fields ; Standards ; Exposure ; Humans ; Acoustic measurement ; Ozone ; Hazards ; Microorganisms ; Electromagnetic induction ; Fuels ; Ignition ; Vapors ; Extra high voltage ; Noise pollution effects(Humans) ; Noise levels|
In March 1975 to respond to concerns about the possible adverse health and environmental effects of Extra High Voltage (EHV) transmission lines, the Environmental Protection Agency requested data and information from the public (through a Federal Register Notice) on the health and environmental effects of 60 Hz transmission lines energized at 700 kV or higher. A review and analyses of more than 50 replies totaling over 6,000 pages is presented in this document.