"There are places where you just have to spend some hours to get a baby with lead poisoning," says Pascal Boury.
For several months, this inhabitant of Issy-les-Moulineaux (Hauts-de-Seine) has condemned that the Icelandic Regional Health Agency (ARS) has not taken into account the recommendations of the World Health Council's systematic lead poisoning.
He presented to the Administrative Court on behalf of the Citizens' Association (AC) on behalf of the Liberal Democrats, which he addressed to the prefect of Ile-de-France and ARS, on Wednesday.
Very worried resident
Its purpose? Get emergency measures, including systematic screening for lead in children under 7 years of age, pregnant women and those who are planning to become pregnant within six months; soil contamination in public spaces and public places where children are located, until the results of these analyzes.
It was after he had been in contact with soil pollution when he wanted to erect a pavilion near Plaisir (Yvelines) that Pascal Boury had researched the subject.
A health study published three weeks ago commissioned by the Icelandic Regional Health Agency (ARS) and the Sanitary Clinic (SPAAP) in the metropolitan area of Paris (SIAAP) suggests that most of the Pierrelaye-Bessancourt plain area poses "unacceptable" health threats because of very high health risks lead and other heavy metals and aims to "hide the sanitary scandal".
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"The story goes to 300,000 people, including thousands of children," says Boury. I'm not a scientist who has done his own research. Only citizen who compares the statements with limit values of the text of the Higher Public Health Council. "
He does not understand the refusal
To support this, Pascal Boury relies on a 2014 study by the Interregional Epidemiology Camera (CIRE) in Île-de-France and Champagne-Ardennes.
Last year, he unsuccessfully tried to get a complete study, but he faces the refusal of ARS, despite the favorable opinion of the Administrative Document Access Committee (CADA).
"All soil contamination indicators were already and confirmed the seriousness of the situation," he explains. Starting in 2014, institutional simulation showed that more than 5% of children had identified blood lead concentrations higher than the recommended threshold for the Public Health High Commission for the definition of infectious poisoning. "
And Pascal Boury guided the nail. "When the ARS writes that the values of heavy metals are much lower than in the old industrial sites, it is false. I received an impact study on ZAC Liesse 2 Saint-Ouen-l & # 39; Aumône (near Plain, Ed) and values were higher. "