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Estancia High will get more air-quality testing for sewer-like odors, Newport-Mesa board decides Newport-Mesa Unified crews had to properly cap several pipes in Estancia High School science classrooms that teachers and staff members say were seeping sewage gases. The school district approved more air-quality testing for the classrooms Tuesday. Newport-Mesa Unified crews had to properly cap several pipes in Estancia High School science classrooms that teachers and staff members say were seeping sewage gases. The school district approved more air-quality testing for the classrooms Tuesday. (Photo courtesy of Stephen Crenshaw) More air-quality testing is coming to the Estancia High School science wing, which has been plagued by pungent, sewer-like odors for nearly a decade. On a 6-0 vote Tuesday night, the Newport-Mesa Unified School District board, with trustee Vicki Snell absent, approved spending up to $60,000 for an industrial hygiene and environmental consultant to monitor six of the Costa Mesa campus’ science classrooms and roof. Arcadia-based Executive Environmental will look for hydrogen sulfide, sulfur dioxide and volatile organic compounds 24 hours a day for 44 days, though it’s not clear when the testing will start. The board’s decision comes after the Daily Pilot reported last week about health concerns from Estancia teachers exposed to sewer gases or sewage emanating from walls, sinks and floors in the science wing following a renovation project that was completed in 2008. One teacher, who remains on medical leave, contends the exposure has caused him to have migraines. District officials have said there have been no indications of unsafe air in the classrooms.

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