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Environmental Issues
Important Documents regarding Sterigenics

Facts about cancer in your environment from IDPH:

Proving Causality:

Information provided by ATSDR to West Swim Club

D86 Letter to ATSDR asking to accelerate testing

Letter to Sterigenics from Western Springs Village President

Historical Review of Sterigenics' Zoning

Illinois Department of Public Health to Perform Cancer Incidence Study

Written Response received from Sterigenics on September 3, 2018

Letter to Sterigenics asking the company to cease operations

Ethylene Oxide Fact Sheet

July 2018 Ethylene Oxide Report from ATSDR

May 2018 Air Sampling Summary

Full video from EPA Forum held on August 29, 2018

Referrals and Agency Contact Information

Contact information for adult and pediatric referrals: The Great Lakes Center for Children’s Environmental Health at the University of Illinois at Chicago


Phone: 866-967-7337



Additional resources about ethylene oxide: 


National Institutes of Health/National Cancer Institute:

Also available:
DuPage County Health Department
 24/7 Crisis Behavioral Health Support Line

Offers phone based support and referrals for individuals who may be experiencing, or who are concerned with a friend/family member who are experiencing high levels of stress, anxiety, depression or other feelings that have become overwhelming.  Crisis counselors are trained to assist in addressing these challenges in the short term, while linking individuals who may need longer term support to appropriate resources.

Information on Cancer Clusters:
National Cancer Institute (NCI):

News and Announcements - View More
Update on Sterigenics Stack Testing
As was reported last week, follow-up stack testing occurred at both Sterigenics facilities last week Thursday (9/20/18) and Friday (9/21/18). Read on...
Village of Willowbrook - FOIA Request Letter to the U.S. EPA
In the Village’s continuing efforts to obtain information and answers to important questions pertaining to Sterigenics emissions, a request for the release of pertinent documents under the Illinois Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) was sent to the USEPA. Read on...

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