PPCP


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PPCP

PPCP

(PowerPCPlatform) A term once used for CHRP. See CHRP.
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Encourage research on PPCPs to include increasing bioactivity of medications, environmental impact of PPCPs, minimization of industrial waste, system of prescribing and dispensing pharmaceuticals, and the disposal of PPCPs (Becker, 2010).
The human risk of long-term exposure to very low concentrations of PPCPs in drinking water is essentially unknown.
Dedicated" citizens "planning for a better future" embraced PPCP as part of the revitalization effort.
PPCP machines will run current Power Mac software as written.
The second data source was the PPCP service provider records that were regularly forwarded to the DOC as required by contract.
How can effects from long-term exposure to low concentrations of PPCP mixtures on non-target organisms be assessed?
The qualified PPCPs will receive expert consultation to ensure the proper system is chosen, that implementation is successful and, ultimately, that meaningful use is achieved.
To measure the magnitude of PPCPs and other emerging contaminants in national waters, the USGS analyzed 139 streams around the United States in 1999 and 2000 for 95 organic wastewater contaminants.
Written for professionals from different backgrounds, Pharma-Ecology bridges the knowledge and language gap and critically examines the issue of PPCP micropollutants and how to best minimize their impact on the environment.
There is no reason to believe that any given PPCP has not had the potential to find its way into the environment since the date of its introduction to commerce--or even from the date it was first used for experiments or clinical trials.
A PPCP refers to any product used by individuals for personal health or cosmetic reasons or used by agribusiness to enhance growth or health of livestock.