I can answer questions on industrial practice, emissions, and impacts of air pollutants. I`m also good on regulatory and policy questions, but have an admitted anti-regulatory bias.
I've been in consulting engineering for over 30 years.
Am. Inst. of Chemical Engineers., Water Environment Federation
Too many to list here. I'm currently writing an editorial piece for PollutionOnLine.com once monthly on industrial perspectives on pollution control.
BS & MS in Environmental Engineering, Instructor for Am. Inst. of Chemical Engineers
Who's Who in Engineering
|Isabel||08/29/12||10||10||10||Very helpful and thorough!|
|aj||02/20/12||10||10||10||i am hearing from you that the .....|
Chromium is a plating. It is generally applied to steel. Over time it will wear off and expose the steel underneath, which will rust in a wet environment like a refrigerator. Thing is that it will probably
There is some truth to both opinions. The problem is that it depends upon the carbon and the compound it is absorbing. Most of the odor causing compounds and a number of the toxic ones are volatile. The
Lindsay: I don't believe that a charcoal air purifier would release enough ions to cause you harm. I admit that I'm not a health professional, so I really can't comment on the health risk, but negative
Look at Section 2 Potential Health Effects under Inhalation; Acute Effects Eye: Direct contact may cause temporary redness and discomfort. Skin: No significant irritation expected from a single short-term
Found it! The D5 system is a chemical formulation of siloxanes by Dow Chemical. For more information see the following: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GreenEarth_Cleaning If you are on the 10th floor