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Study of volatile organic compound emissions from consumer and commercial products
by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards in Research Triangle Park, NC
Written in English
|Other titles||Economic incentives to reduce VOC emissions from consumer and commercial products|
|Contributions||United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings)|
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The aim of the study reported here is to investigate basic characteristics of the VOC emissions from melted virgin and waste plastics in the molding process for man-ufacturing recycled products. In particular, we clariﬁed the differences in the VOC emission characteristics from virgin and waste plastics. Virgin plastics, including low-. USEPA, “Study of Volatile Organic Compound Emissions From Consumer and Commercial Products”, Report to Congress, March 3 reports and surveys1 and data from the USEPA consumer products survey and report.2 CARB conducted consumer product survey’s in , /, and and utilized anti-.
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EPA/RB REPORT TO CONGRESS VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUND EMISSIONS FROM CONSUMER AND COMMERCIAL PRODUCTS VOLUME 2 COMPREHENSIVE EMISSIONS INVENTORY Emission Standards Division Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency Research Triangle Park, North Carolina December REPORT TO CONGRESS VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUND EMISSIONS FROM CONSUMER AND COMMERCIAL PRODUCTS VOLUME 6 AEROSOL PRODUCTS AND PACKAGING SYSTEMS Emission Standards Division Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency Research Triangle Park, North Carolina September Consumer products emit a range of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that can affect air quality and health. Risk reduction is hindered because of lack of information about specific product emissions.
This study investigates and compares VOCs emitted from 37 common products (air fresheners, laundry products, cleaners, and personal care products), including those with certifications and claims of green and by: Characterization of volatile organic compound emissions from consumer level material extrusion 3D printers the chemical safety of this technology for providing guidance to minimize exposure to unintentional hazardous emissions.
This study found 3D printers to be a source of numerous VOCs and particles that can be released into the indoor Cited by: 7. The emission rates of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) were measured to investigate the emission characteristics of five types of common furniture products using a 5 m 3 size chamber at 25°C and 50% humidity.
The results indicated that toluene and α-pinene are the most dominant emission rates of individual components decreased constantly through Cited by: The EPA issued a study and report to Congress in March ofStudy of Volatile Organic Compound Emissions from Consumer and Commercial Products, which evaluated the contribution of VOC emissions from consumer and commercial products on ground-level ozone levels, and established criteria for prioritizing and a schedule for regulating these products under the Clean Air Act.
Transport-derived emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) have decreased owing to stricter controls on air pollution.
This means that the relative importance of chemicals in pesticides. (7) For the purposes of determining compliance with EPA’s aerosol coatings reactivity based regulation (as described in 40 CFR Part 59 – National Volatile Organic Compound Emission Standards for Consumer and Commercial Products) any organic compound in the volatile portion of an aerosol coating is counted towards the product’s reactivity.
Study of volatile organic compound emissions from consumer and commercial products: economic incentives to reduce VOC emissions from consumer and commercial products. Volatile Organic Compounds Emissions Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are a large group of organic chemicals that include any compound of carbon (excluding carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, carbonic acid, metallic carbides or carbonates, and ammonium carbonate).
VOCs are of interest in part because they participate in. In this study, various volatile organic compounds released prior to and during the pan frying of fish (mackerel) were analyzed at three different.
Volatile organic compound emissions from engineered wood products. Research Note FPL-RN Madison, WI: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory. 4 p. A limited number of free copies of this publication are available to the public from the Forest Products Laboratory, One Gifford Pinchot Drive.
Get this from a library. Study of volatile organic compound emissions from consumer and commercial products. [United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of. Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are a family of organic compounds that contain one or more carbon atoms and have high vapour pressures so that they evaporate readily into the atmosphere.
While there are thousands of compounds that meet this definition, the VOCs under our management are those that participate in atmospheric photochemical reactions and thus are harmful to human health and the.
Assessment of volatile organic compound emissions from ecosystems of China L. Klinger,1,2,3 Q.-J. Li,4,5 A. Guenther,1 J. Greenberg,1 B. Baker,6 and J.-H. Bai5,7 Received 9 July ; revised 15 May ; accepted 22 May ; published 15 November  Isoprene, monoterpene, and other volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions from.
(1) volatile organic compounds (VOC) in consumer products, antiperspirant and deodorant products, and aerosol coatings products as those terms are defined in Ti California Code of Regulations (CCR), Division 3, Chapter 1, Subchapter (Consumer Products), commencing with sectionand (2) low vapor pressure-volatile organic.
Many volatile organic compounds are hazardous in vapor form. VOCs may be released from various types of burning fuel, such as gasoline, kerosene, wood, coal and natural gas. Controlling Emissions of Volatile Organic Compounds INTRODUCTION Controlling emissions of volatile organic com-pounds (VOC) is the primary strategy used by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and most States for reducing urban ozone.
In this chapter, we discuss the sources of VOC emissions, our ability to control them, and the costs of. A Plan to Reduce Volatile Organic Compound Emissions from Mention of trade names or commercial products does not constitute recommendation or endorsement by Environment Canada for use.
A Plan to Reduce Volatile Organic Compound Emissions from Consumer Products. Volatile Organic Compound Concentrations and Emission Rates in New Manufactured and Site-Built Houses A.T. Hodgson1, A.F. Rudd2, D. Beal2, S. Chandra2 Abstract Concentrations of 54 volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and ventilation rates were measured in four new manufactured houses over 2 - months following installation and in seven new site.
1. Introduction. Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are composed of a wide range of atmospheric organic chemicals that have high vapor pressure at ambient temperature (Bari et al., ; Ma et al., ).VOCs are important precursors to the formation of ground-level O 3 and secondary organic aerosol (Duan et al., ; X.
Liu et al., ; Y. Liu et al., ), which can influence the .Volatile Emissions from Common Consumer Products Abstract Consumer products emit a range of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that can affect air quality and health.
Risk reduction is hindered because of lack of information about specific product emissions. This study investigates and compares VOCs emitted from Section (e) requires EPA to study VOC emissions, to report to Congress the results of the study (See Study of VOC Emissions from Consumer and Commercial Products, EPA/RA, March ), and to list for regulation products accounting for at least 80 percent of VOC emissions, on a reactivity-adjusted basis, resulting from use of such products in areas of the country that do not .