Testing will begin today, according to a news release from a law firm hired by the families.
Joel Hebdon, an environmental engineer and a specialist in hazardous and nuclear waste policy, sustainability and environmental program management, will conduct the tests.
"Mr. Hebdon will be doing dust particulate testing in various attics in homes in the Clyde area in hopes of locating a timeline of airborne particles that may solve the mystery as to what has been causing the recognized childhood cancer cluster in Clyde," attorney Alan W. Mortensen stated.
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Hebdon plans to retrieve testing samples of the sludge at the bottom of the Clyde Reservoir on Tuesday and from the lime sludge at the Clyde Water Treatment plant on Wednesday, according to the news release.