3 edition of Chemicals in the community found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
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BPA is already banned for baby bottle use or coating of infant formula packaging. Blossom Road and Sand Hill Road are about a mile and a half apart off N. " Health and community concerns "It's worth noting just how widespread this contamination is," Andrews said.
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"That's because, unfortunately, sometimes these chemistries aren't very clean and what we see is their main production is of a different PFAS, but you're getting other types of PFAS getting produced in a chemical reaction. In Case of Poisoning The most common home chemical emergencies involve small children eating medicines.
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The area is open year around to members of the community and school groups. NIOSH RELs are Federal agency recommendations established according to the legislative mandate for NIOSH to recommend standards to OSHA.
In Wellesley, after shutting down the primary well that provided water to half their residents, officials are contemplating strict water-use limits for the first time. And they can be prevented.
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"Daughter" byproduct and degradation chemicals pose additional complications in that their chemical formula and structure might not be known; they will be in lower concentrations than the industrial chemical products, making them and their impact harder to detect; and it will be far more difficult to obtain useful samples.
The levels of PFAS in the foam were significantly higher than the water it was on with concentrations of PFOS as high as 97,000 parts per trillion.