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2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-Dioxin (TCDD); "Dioxin" [PDF]
Abstract: States how TCDD is produced, how humans are exposed to it, and why it was upgraded to a "known" human carcinogen.
Source: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, National Toxicology Program

California's Dioxins Program
Abstract: Discusses monitoring and information gathered by California's Air Toxics Program.
Source: California Environmental Protection Agency

Continuing EPA Efforts To Reduce the Public's Exposure to Dioxin Risks [PDF]
Abstract: Lists actions taken by the EPA to decrease dioxin releases and contamination.
Source: United States Environmental Protection Agency

Dioxin and Waste Combustion: It's Not What You Burn- It's the Way You Burn It!
Abstract: Provides information on dioxin and furan emissions from combustion processes.
Source: Chlorine Chemistry Council

Dioxin Exposure Initiative
Abstract: Focuses on three major aspects of the Dioxin Exposure Initiative (DEI): Sources Forward, Human Exposure Backwards, and Dioxin Sediment Trends. This is a way for the Environmental Protection Agency to link dioxin sources to population exposures.
Source: United States Environmental Protection Agency

Dioxin Initiative [PDF]
Abstract: Provides an overivew of dioxin and shows how the Northeastern states and organizations are planning to reduce dioxin.
Source: Northeast Waste Management Officials' Assocation

Effluent Guidelines: Pulp and Paper Rule-Making Actions
Abstract: Contains regulatory information on pulp, paper, and paperboard mills' emissions; fact sheets on pulp and paper industries; and supporting documents on the Pulp and Paper Cluster Rule.
Source: United States Environmental Protection Agency

EPA's Final Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard [PDF]
Abstract: Discusses EPA's Pulp, Paper and Paperboard Cluster Rule and its impacts.
Source: United States Environmental Protection Agency

Fact Sheet - Reporting Dioxin and Dioxin-Like Compounds [PDF]
Abstract: Discusses the classifying, filing, reporting, and quantifying of dioxin-like compounds.
Source: Massachusetts Office of Technical Assistance

How To Start To Stop Dioxin Exposure in Your Community
Abstract: Focuses on sources, health effects, and problems of dioxins. It further discusses ways to the current path to stop dioxin exposure and ways individuals can get involved in their communities.
Source: Citizens Clearinghouse for Hazardous Waste

Questions and Answers about Dioxins
Abstract: Focuses on answering questions about dioxins, EPA's dioxin report, food safety, and risk assessment.
Source: United States Environmental Protection Agency

San Francisco Bay Area Dioxin Air-Monitoring Network
Abstract: Discusses program conducted throughout the Bay Area in California, sampling ambient air and testing it for dioxins.
Source: Bay Area Air Quality Management District

Section 129 Rules for Solid Waste Combustion [PDF]
Abstract: Discusses the addition of section 129 to the Clean Air Act, which provides new guidelines for new and existing solid waste combustors.
Source: United States Environmental Protection Agency


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