amp;nbsp; The longer that coffee is exposed to the air in cups or jugs, meanwhile, the more the furan
Dioxins and furans
have relatively long half-lives in human blood; therefore, sampling human blood can be used to assess historical exposure.
1997) of dioxins and furans
in oysters collected as part of a market-basket assessment of food products from southern Mississippi.
As countries become more industrialized, you're going to have more dioxins and furans
being produced, which is a great concern, because these chemicals are very toxic," Allsopp said.
Another dramatic difference is that gasifiers produce a "syngas" free of dioxins and furan
When first drafted in 2000, this treaty looked to curb what many scientists referred to as the dirty dozen: dioxins, furans
, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), and the pesticides aldrin, chlordane, DDT, dieldrin, endrin, heptachlor, hexachlorobenzene, mirex, and toxaphene (SN: 12/16/00, p.
The only way to ensure that incineration produces no dioxins and furans
(or only insignificant amounts) is to use modern incinerators that function at 800[degrees]C to 1,000[degrees]C, with special emission-cleaning equipment.
Farmers and Parmalat express concern that escaping inadvertent stack emissions containing dioxins and furans
from the incinerator could conceivably wind up in livestock feed and eventually work their way up the food chain, and over time through to milk and meat products.
Chlorine-gas-based paper-bleaching processes release dioxins and furans
, which the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) lists as "priority persistent bioaccumulative and toxic chemicals.
Burning or pyrolysis of WEEE resulted in toxic emissions such as dioxins and furans
Semi-continuous monitoring campaigns of emissions of dioxins and furans
According to EU Regulation 2002/32, the legal limit for the presence of dioxins and furans
in feed materials is 0.