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... Department of Energy destruction and removal efficiency dry standard cubic meters (at 14.7 pounds per square inch, 68°F)
From page 312...
... 312 FEV, Furans FVC g GOT HCB HC1 Hg IARC IRIS kg L LCA m MACT mg Mg MRL MSW MWC MWI NIOSH NOAEL NOx NO2 OEL OSHA PAH Pb PCB PCDD PCDF PEL PIC PM PM2.5 PMlo ppb ppm ppmv ppt RCRA WASTE INCINERATION AND PUBLIC HEALTH forced expiratory volume in 1 sec amount of air an individual can exhale in 1 sec polychlorinated dibenzofurans forced vital capacity grams gamma-glutamyltransferase hexachlorobenzene hydrogen chloride mercury International Agency for Research on Cancer Integrated Risk Information System kilogram liter life cycle assessment meters maximum achievable control technology milligram megagram minimal risk level municipal solid waste municipal waste combustor medical waste incinerator National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health no-observed-adverse-effect level oxides of nitrogen nitrogen dioxide occupational exposure limit U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon lead polychlorinated biphenyl polychlorinated dibenzo(p~dioxin polychlorinated dibenzofuran permissible exposure limit product of incomplete combustion particulate matter particulate matter less than 2.5 ,um in aerodynamic diameter particulate matter less than 10 ,um in aerodynamic diameter parts per billion by weight parts per million by weight parts per million by volume parts per trillion by weight Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
From page 313...
... LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS RfD SMSA so2 TCDD TEQ TLV TSP VOC 313 reference dose standard metropolitan statistical area sulfur dioxide 2,3 ,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxin toxic equivalent based on the 1989 international toxic equivalency factors threshold limit value total suspended particulate matter volatile organic compound

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