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  • initial list of hazardous air pollutants with - us epa

    Initial List of Hazardous Air Pollutants with - US EPA

    Ethylene glycol monobutyl ether (EGBE) (2-Butoxyethanol) - removed from the list of hazardous air pollutants (glycol ethers category) in November 2004 - Federal Register - November 29, 2004 (69 FR 69320). Caprolactam – removed from the list of hazardous air pollutants in June 1996 - Federal Register - June 18, 1996 (61 FR 30816).

  • frequent questions: health information about ethylene oxide

    Frequent Questions: Health Information About Ethylene Oxide

    Can ethylene oxide cause immediate/acute health effects? Acute (short-term) inhalation exposure to high concentrations of ethylene oxide can cause headache, dizziness, nausea, fatigue, respiratory irritation (e.g., coughing, shortness of breath, wheezing) and, in some cases, vomiting and other types of gastrointestinal distress.

  • ethylene thiourea

    Ethylene thiourea

    EPA (United States Environmental Protection Agency) has classified ethylene thiourea as a Group B2, probable human carcinogen. Ethylene thiourea has been shown to be a potent teratogen (causes birth defects) in rats orally or dermally exposed. See also. Mercaptobenzothiazole - a cyclic dithiocarbamate also used as a vulcanization accelerant

  • companies now required to report ethylene oxide spills to state

    Companies now required to report ethylene oxide spills to state

    Companies that use ethylene oxide as part of their operations will now have to report any spills or releases of the gas to the Georgia Environmental Protection Division.

  • ethylene oxide emissions: frequent questions | epa

    Ethylene Oxide Emissions: Frequent Questions | EPA

    Ethylene oxide is a volatile compound, meaning that it does not persist for a long time in the environment. Its estimated half-life in the atmosphere is 69 days (during summer months) to 149 days (during winter months). Ethylene oxide reacts in the air to form formic acid, which is a naturally occurring chemical.

  • ethylene thiourea (etu) casrn 96-45-7 | dtxsid5020601 | iris

    Ethylene thiourea (ETU) CASRN 96-45-7 | DTXSID5020601 | IRIS

    System RfD (mg/kg-day) Basis PoD Composite UF Confidence; Endocrine 8 x 10-5: Increased incidence of thyroid hyperplasia: LOAEL: 2.5 x 10-1 mg/kg-day 3000 Medium

  • state's legal moves cause mixed messages on toxic air

    State's Legal Moves Cause Mixed Messages on Toxic Air

    On July 31, the Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) received Sterigenics’ 48-page permit application. On Friday, Aug. 2, the Georgia EPD released a public statement saying it had

  • memorandum date: to: from: background

    MEMORANDUM DATE: TO: FROM: Background

    In December 2016, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) issued a summary report 1 which supported the Integrated Risk and Assessment System (IRIS) upgrade of ethylene oxide from “probably carcinogenic to humans” to “carcinogenic to humans” (p. 2).

  • amid chemical industry lobbying, trump epa reconsiders risk

    Amid chemical industry lobbying, Trump EPA reconsiders risk

    Environmental groups also are suing the Texas agency for refusing to comply with a ruling by the state’s attorney general ordering the release of documents related to the ethylene oxide rule.

  • system of registries | us epa

    System of Registries | US EPA

    United States Environmental Protection Agency. Search Search. Main menu. Environmental Topics; 1,4-Dioxane, mixt. with ethylene glycol 1,4-Dioxane, mixt. with

  • georgia epd doubted ethylene oxide cancer risks. other states

    Georgia EPD doubted ethylene oxide cancer risks. Other states

    Source: Georgia Environmental Protection Division. Timeline of ethylene oxide regulation. December 2016: Ethylene oxide, or EtO, a gas used to sterilize medical equipment, is reclassified as a

  • is the u.s. epa doing enough to control ethylene oxide

    Is the U.S. EPA Doing Enough to Control Ethylene Oxide

    Although the Environmental Protection Agency knew that Ethylene Oxide gas and liquids were human carcinogens as early as 2014, it took until December 2016 to classify the chemical as a cancer