Pacific Steel Casting Company
Pacific Steel Casting Company (PSC) must be transparent, work collaboratively with all stakeholders, employ best practices like toxic use reduction, modernize facilities to prevent fugitive emissions, properly use the best available control technology, and comprehensively protect workers, the rest of the community and the environment.
More about PSC
Community Odor Complaints 2000–2014 annual complaints about PSC’s emissions
Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for current and proposed substances at PSC
Steel Founders’ Society of America has a member page for PSC
Google map of PSC and vicinity
Chasing the Wind: Regulating Pollution in the Common Law State. This analysis of law and policy includes sections of chapters 7 and 8 that discuss PSC. Author: Noga Morag-Levine, Ph.D. of Michigan State University College of Law.
Toxic Use Reduction Institute. This authoritative Massachusetts Toxic Use Reduction (TUR) Act resource shows why the Alliance advocates a TUR approach for cleaning up PSC.
Polluting Industries in West Berkeley. Summary of 2005 West Berkeley industrial emissions reported to California Air Resources Board. Author: Peter Guerrero.
PSCinfo. Inactive wiki presenting commentary and questions
MOMMA. Inactive organization Mothers and Others for Monitoring Metals in the Air
Berkeley Citizen. Community member opinion site with air quality section