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Environmental Enterprises Hydrogen Sulfide Release
FINAL REPORT: Environmental Enterprises Case Study
Location: Cincinnati, OH
Incident Occurred On: 12/11/2002
Final Report Released On: 09/17/2003
Incident Type: Release
Company Name: Environmental Enterprises

investigation information

Incident Description
On December 11, 2002, one maintenance employee was overcome when he inhaled hydrogen sulfide gas from a waste processing vessel at Environmental Enterprises, a hazardous waste treatment company in Cincinnati, Ohio. No other injuries or damage were reported, and the injured worker was subsequently pulled to safety.
Investigation Status
The final report on this investigation, a CSB Case Study, was approved on September 17, 2003.



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