Macrofauna separation technologies
tparker at lacsd.org
Fri Jul 27 18:30:55 EST 2001
I suspect the use of trichloroetheylene would no longer be
suitable....possibly similar compounds as well. This material has been
identified as a "reasonably anticipated to be a human carcinogen" in the
9th Report on Carcinogens from the National Toxicology Program of U.S.
Public Health Dept.
It is also regulated for use and mis-use under Clean Air Act, Clean Water
Act, Safe Drinking Water Act, RCRA, (Superfund), workplace/employee
safety under OSHA, and is variously identified as a "priority pollutant".
The methods needed to properly use, handle, and recover
trichloroetheylene would probably slow down the processing of any
bye for now,
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