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arsenic exposure services

  • Risk Screens and Risk-Based Corrective Action

    Soil and groundwater are 'contaminated' when naturally occurring elements (e.g., radon gas, arsenic) or man-made compounds (e.g., solvents, hydrocarbons) have a complete exposure pathway to human or ecological receptors at concentrations that meet the criteria established to cause adverse effects.

    By Hirsch Gibney, Inc. based in Golden, COLORADO (USA).

  • Cancer Expert Witness and Consultant Services

    Dr. Harry A. Milman specializes in carcinogenesis and chemical causes of cancer (including genotoxic and non-genotoxic carcinogens) as a cancer expert witness and consultant. Dr. Milman’s interests include exposure to chemical carcinogens in air, water, and consumer products found in the home, at work, or in the environment. Dr. Milman spent ...

    By ToxNetwork.com based in Rockville, MARYLAND (USA).

  • Arsenic In Well Water

    The United States Environmental Protection Agency sets a Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL) for contaminants in public drinking water. The MCL is the maximum concentration that is allowed for public water supplies. For arsenic, the MCL is 10 ug/L (which is the same as 0.01 mg/L). While the EPA does not regulate private well water quality, home owners ...

    By Air & Water Quality, Inc. based in Freeport, MAINE (USA). from Household Water Treatment and Purification Service line

  • Human Biomonitoring Services

    Intrinsik has conducted biomonitoring/evaluation of exposure studies in several Canadian communities as a means of measuring the exposure of individuals to chemicals such as arsenic, lead and mercury.  An evaluation of exposure is a study that examines the level of an individual’s internal exposure to selected chemicals that they ...

    By Intrinsik Inc. based in Mississauga, ONTARIO (CANADA). from Environmental Services Service line

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