All of the baseline samples for air and soil in and around Camp Minden came back clean with the exception one area on S-line, Environmental Protection Agency officials say.

Adam Adams, on-scene coordinator with the EPA, explained the baseline results sent out to property owners where the monitoring stations were set in May. During an EPA meeting at Camp Minden Thursday, he says all the results from seven different sites came back clean with the exception of two soil samples that exceeded carcinogenic screening levels for both residential and industrial. Those same samples tested for dioxin did not exceed non-carcinogenic screening

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