In a statement Airports of Rome has announced the report drawn up by B Garcia, Physician work of Aeroporti di Roma s.p.a, with regard to the pollution level of the airport of Fiumicino after the fire took place a few days ago at the Terminal 3.
"In relation to the accident that occurred on 7 may,” reads the statement, “ADR proceeded immediately to initiate the investigations for the relief of health-threatening pollutants airport operators and passengers. To this end, it has formally charged the company HSI Consulting that quickly made withdrawals in the critical points of T3. The results reached in less than 24 minutes show that the values measured are significantly lower than those laid down in national and international regulations for exposing workers to a qualifying 8 hours. ADR is continuing in the further work of monitoring with an inspection which will continue in the coming days. Pickup points will affect all areas and far from those left area in order to safeguard the health of all. Please note that most of the symptoms so far accused, such as dry eyes and pharynx/heartburn, are the classic symptoms normally encountered in situations where candidates left in the air even tiny quantities of substances derived from chlorine. This is a simple which can be remedied easily irritative pathology drinking, as far as the pharynx, or using wetting eye drops. It is however quite transient and does not absolutely outcomes.”
Source: The Flight