Stratification by country (see Table S4) indicated an increased TGCT risk in Finland with prenatal paternal exposure to perchloroethylene
(OR = 2.
L'exposition au perchloroethylene
peut causer une irritation des voies respiratoires et des yeux, des vertiges, nausees, maux de tete et pertes de memoire, somnolence.
Six weeks earlier, the patient had switched from using perchloroethylene
to DrySolv[TM] (Enviro Tech International, Melrose Park, Illinois) (>95% by weight 1-BP) as the solvent in his dry cleaning machine (7).
The company says it eliminates the problems associated with perchloroethylene
and chlorinated solvents.
At one time, the largest market for perchloroethylene
(perc) in North America was for use in dry cleaning.
GreenEarth replaces traditional chlorinated dry cleaning solvents such as the most commonly used perchloroethylene
, which have been highlighted as hazardous by lobby groups including Greenpeace.
, or "perc," a solvent that can cause dizziness, fatigue, confusion, nausea, and skin irritation in high doses, and--for those exposed to it repeatedly--liver damage and increased risk of miscarriage.
The company accepted waste perchloroethylene
dry cleaning solvent from dry cleaners in nine states, promising to incinerate the wastes at licensed hazardous waste disposal sites.
The shallow groundwater and sediments beneath the TNX Area are contaminated with dissolved and residual chlorinated volatile organic compounds including trichloroethylene (TCE), carbon tetrachloride (CCL4), and perchloroethylene
Environmental Protection Agency for tighter regulations on the cancer-causing dry cleaning solvent perchloroethylene
The survey focuses on two specific VOCs often used in dry cleaning or as degreasers: tetrachloroethylene (PCE), also called perchloroethylene
, and trichloroethylene (TCE).
For its solvent, Eyelet chose a vapor degreasing grade of perchloroethylene