"There are areas where you have to spend a few hours to get a kid with the lead-down", says Pascal Boury.
For several months, this resident of Issy-les-Moulineaux (Hauts-de-Seine) condemned failure to consider, in particular the Ile-de-France Regional Health Agency (ARS), a recommendation to systematically start the lead poisoning by the High Council of Public Health.
He filed a lawsuit against the Prefect of Ile-de-France and ARS on Wednesday in front of the Paris-based Administrative Court on behalf of the civil society (AC), which he had created.
A very worried resident
Its purpose? Get emergency measures, including systematic lead-in poisoning in children under 7, pregnant women and those planning pregnancy within six months; soil contamination in public outdoor areas and the closure of public places that host the children to the results of the above-mentioned analysis.
After facing the soil pollution when he wanted to build a pavilion in Plaisir (Yvelines), which Pascal Boury looked at in the subject.
Three weeks ago about a health study published by the Regional Health Agency (ARS) of Île-de-France and the Inter-urban Union for the Management of Partial City Areas (SIAAP), which shows that most places on the Pierrelaye-Bessancourt plaza represent "unacceptable" health risks the presence of very high levels of lead and other heavy metals, and according to him "concealing a sanitary scandal".
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"300,000 people including thousands of children are affected by the study area," says Pascal Boury. I'm not a scientist who has spent his studies. Only a citizen who compares statements with the limits of the texts of the High Council of Public Health. "
Refusal that he does not understand
To support this, Pascal Boury relies on the synthesis of a study conducted in the Interregional Epidemiological Cell (CIRE) in Île-de-France and Champagne-Ardennes 2014.
Over the past year he has been trying to get a full-fledged study unsuccessfully, but faces ARS rejection despite the favorable opinion of the CADA.
"All soil pollution values were already there and confirmed the severity of the situation," he explains. Since 2014, government simulations have shown that more than 5% of children have blood lead levels above the thresholds recommended by the High Health Council (HCSP) to define lead poisoning of children. "
And Pascal Boury drive your nail. "When ARS writes that heavy metal values are much lower than those found in old industrial sites, that is, false. I got an impact study for ZAC Liesse 2 in Saint-Ouen-Aumône (near the plain, Ed) and values they were bigger. "