Physicochemical and Morphological Characterization of Nanoparticles From Photocopiers: Implications for Environmental Health

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  • 3:11PM Jul 29, 2012
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In a recent article published in the peer-reviewed Nanotoxicology journal, RJ Lee Group’s Dr. Kristin Bunker, along with Dhimiter Bello, John Martin, Christopher Santeufemio, Qingwei Sun, Martin Shafer, and Philip Demokritou, explores the potential linking of printing and photocopying with environmental health effects by analyzing nanoparticles produced by the technologies. Here is the abstract:

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Expert Analysis: The EPA’s Regulatory Changes Regarding Trichloroethylene & Safe Environmental Levels

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  • 3:15PM May 21, 2012
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VOCs may be found in soil and groundwater near industrial plants using solvents and in a variety of industrial and commercial processes including chemical manufacturing and petroleum refining. In September 2011, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced its final health assessment for trichloroethylene (TCE), a chlorinated hydrocarbon commonly used in industrial degreasing solvent operations such […]

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