Comparative Assessment of Asphalt Volatile Organic

Comparative life cycle assessment of asphalt pavements

Life cycle assessment is being accepted and applied by the road industry, to measure and compare the key life-time environmental impacts of asphalt products and laying processes. In 2001 the Swedish Environmental Research Institute published a report in which a comprehensive inventory analysis was done based on a 40-year life cycle ( Stripple, 2001 ).

Comparative assessments of VOC emission rates and

Comparative assessments of VOC emission rates and associated health risks from wastewater treatment processes. Yang WB(1), Chen WH, Yuan CS, Yang JC, Zhao QL. Author information: (1)Institute of Environmental Engineering, National Sun Yat-sen University, Kaohsiung 804, Taiwan, R.O.C.

PDF Analysis of Nitrate and Volatile Organic Compound Data for

different volatile organic compounds were detected at least once in ground water sampled from the Great Salt Lake Basins study unit. Water from 21 wells contained at least 1 volatile organic compound at detectable concentrations. About 68 percent of the volatile organic compounds detected were in water sampled from wells in Salt Lake County, Utah.

PDF Addendum No. 08 to DCAM-21-CS-IFB-0004

volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Based on field screening results and field observations (i.e. PID readings, staining, odors, etc.), one soil sample per boring were collected. A total of four soil samples were collected for laboratory analysis. Due to limited recovery, composite soil samples were collected from borings

Environmental codes of practice

Environmental code of practice for the measurement and control of fugitive volatile organic compound emissions from equipment leaks (October 1993). Available in PDF (1.81 MB) Environmental code of practice for the reduction of solvent emissions from commercial and industrial degreasing facilities (June 1995).

PDF Pollution Control Division

Maintenance) is to provide assessment, information and protection products to everyone in Nashville so they Table II and Figure 6, are a comparison of Nitrogen Dioxide and Volatile Organic Compound emissions for Asphalt Plants 26.4 0.0 25.4 0.0 11.2 0.0 65.7 29.7 22.9 0.0 Paint Mfg. 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 13.3 0.0

Information on the asphalt code of practice

The Asphalt Code of Practice (the Code) applies to manufacturers of asphalt, paving companies, and anyone hiring a paving company or issuing a paving contract (purchasers).It aims to protect the environment and the health of Canadians by encouraging the use of low volatile organic compounds (VOCs) asphalt products such as emulsified asphalt.

DTSC Information Advisory Clean Imported Fill Material

The RWQCB guidelines should not be used for volatile organic compounds (VOCs) or semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOCS). In addition, a standard laboratory data package, including a summary of the QA/QC (Quality Assurance/Quality Control) sample results should also accompany all analytical reports.

Asphalt and oxidized asphalt - information sheet

Based on the conclusion of the final screening assessment, the Government of Canada proposes that no further action be taken on asphalt and oxidized asphalt. Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), which are released from asphalt formulations during their application, are already on the List of Toxic Substances in Schedule 1 of the Canadian

Volatile organic compounds and risk of asthma and allergy

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Publications | Indoor Environment Group

PDF. (8.51 MB) Fisk, William J, Brett C Singer, and Wanyu R Chan. " Association of Residential Energy Efficiency Retrofits with Indoor Environmental Quality, Comfort, and Health: A Review of Empirical Data ." Building and Environment (2020). DOI.

Environmental effects of paper - Wikipedia

volatile organic compounds, chloroform. Bleaching mechanical pulp is not a major cause for environmental concern since most of the organic material is retained in the pulp, and the chemicals used (hydrogen peroxide and sodium dithionite) produce benign byproducts (water and, eventually, sodium sulfate, respectively).

PDF HHE Report No. HETA-2001-0536-2864, Crumb-Rubber Modified

their use as an indicator of other chemicals present in CRM asphalt fume (OSCs and benzothiazole). Samples were collected for volatile organic compounds (VOCs, including toluene, xylene, benzene, and methyl isobutyl ketone [MIBK], and total VOCs [TVOCs, quantified as Stoddard solvent]. Both elemental carbon (EC) and organic

ASTM International Technical Committee D04 Journals

Comparative Investigation on the Curing Behavior of GS-Stabilized and Cemented Soils at Macromechanical and Microstructural Scales; Assessment of Asphalt Mixture Disk-Shaped Compact Tension Test Indexes for Reflective Cracking Performance Quantification of Potentially Odorous Volatile Organic Compounds from Asphalt Binders Using Head

PDF Water-Quality Assessment of Part of the Upper Mississippi

15. Hydrogeologic sections showing total detected volatile organic compound concen-trations in water samples from the flow-system well and multipiezometers ..26 16. Graph showing frequencies of detection of volatile organic compounds in water

Assessing exposure to air toxics relative to asthma

Du Z, Mo J and Zhang Y (2014) Risk assessment of population inhalation exposure to volatile organic compounds and carbonyls in urban China, Environment International, 10.1016/j.envint.2014.06.014, 73, (33-45), Online publication date: 1-Dec-2014.

307 Fibered Asphalt Emulsion by Henry Company Declaration

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: Henry 307 Fibered Asphalt Emulsion is a premium, versatile coating for the protection of roofing materials, metal, and masonry surfaces. Solvent-free, it is made from asphalt emulsified with bentonite clay, inorganic fibers, and water. Henry 307 Fibered Asphalt Emulsion is

Built environment and indoor air quality: The case of

abstract> A large number of studies indicated the presence of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) of various chemical classes in indoor environments (public buildings, homes). VOCs affect the air quality indoors having an impact on human health and wellbeing. They are the result of infiltration of polluted outdoor air and emissions from various indoor sources, including building materials

Assessment of Water Quality of Runoff from Sealed Asphalt

Assessment of Water Quality of Runoff from Sealed Asphalt Surfaces by Amy A. Rowe Oak Ridge Institute of Science and Education Edison, New Jersey, 08837 and Thomas P. O'Connor U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Edison, New Jersey, 08837 Urban Watershed Management Branch Water Supply & Water Resources Division National Risk Management Research Laboratory Edison, NJ 08837 NATIONAL RISK

Hot Mix Asphalt Plants - Emission Assessment Report

Asphalt Plant D, Barre, Massachusetts EPA 454/R-00-028 May 2000 Hot Mix Asphalt Plants Response to Comments on Testing Program for Asphalt Plants C and D EPA 454/R-00-029 May 2000 Hot Mix Asphalt Plants Stakeholders Opinions Report EPA 454/R-00-030 These documents, including this Emissions Assessment Report document, are available for downloading,

PDF Chanute Air Force Base Rantoul, Illinois Epa Facility Id

The public health assessment program allows the scientists flexibility in the format or structure of their response to the public health issues at hazardous waste sites. For example, a public health assessment could be one document or it could be a compilation of several public health assessments - the structure may vary from site to site.

Study shows use of Ingevity's Evotherm M1 warm mix asphalt

Smith noted that the use of Evotherm in asphalt paving provides additional environmental benefits. Based on Ingevity-generated data and estimates (separate from the ERM study) Evotherm can reduce sulfur oxide (SOx) emissions by 75%, nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions by 74%, and volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions by 90%.

PDF Method evaluation study on the determination of volatile

laboratory comparative testing or proficiency tests between OCLs. The present MES aims to assess the analytical capabilities of NRLs and OCLs for the determination of volatile com-pounds in silicone materials, to evaluate a recently revised test procedure and to propose an expanded measurement uncertainty.

Car indoor air pollution by volatile organic compounds and

Fifty-five organic substances including volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and aldehydes present in indoor air were measured from 24 car cabins in Japan. A screening-level risk assessment was also performed. Acetaldehyde (3.81-36. μg/m 3 ), formaldehyde (3.26-26.7 μg/m 3 ), n -tetradecane (below the method quantification limit (3), toluene (4.23-78.3

Emission factor, relative ozone formation potential and

Manufacturing industries are one of the important emission sectors of anthropogenic volatile organic compounds (VOCs). In this study, VOC emission factors, relative ozone formation potential (ROFP) and relative carcinogenic risk (RCR) were estimated for manufacturing industries (n = 13) located in central Taiwan. Emission samples were collected in stainless steel canisters and were analyzed

ACP - Identification and source attribution of organic

It is stated that the volatile organic fraction of the emitted particles is increasing through photochemical ageing (Kılıç et al., 2018), and the oxidized organic fraction tends to condense on nucleation-mode particles (Wey et al., 2007; Yu et al., 2017). The non-volatile fraction is dominated by black carbon.

APAC Carolina Inc. and Associated Asphalt Inc

Salisbury, NC Air Quality and Hot Mix Asphalt Plants Health Consultation February 2007 . concentrations of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and volatile organic carbons (VOCs) pose . no. acute (i.e., short-term) or chronic (i.e., long-term) public health hazard.

AP 42 Section 11.1 Hot Mix Asphalt Reports - Related

AP 42 Section 11.1 Hot Mix Asphalt Reports - Related Information. Source material that was used in the March 2004 revision of the AP 42 section and the series of reports that culminated in the December 2000 publication of a comprehensive assessment of air emissions from hot mix asphalt plants are available here.

A comparative study of three tissue-cultured Dendrobium

A comparative study of three tissue-cultured Dendrobium species and their wild correspondences by headspace gas chromatography-mass spectrometry combined with chemometric methods J Food Drug Anal . 2016 Oct;24(4):839-847. doi: 10.1016/j.jfda.2016.05.006.

Journal: Journal of cleaner production / Publication Year

A comparative life cycle assessment of municipal wastewater treatment plants in Thailand under variable power schemes and effluent management programs Analytical assessment of asphalt odor patterns in hot mix asphalt production. Author: Autelitano, Federico; Giuliani, Felice a complex mixtures of hydrocarbons and volatile organic

PDF Volatile Organic Compound Matrix Spike Recoveries for

Volatile Organic Compound Matrix Spike Recoveries for Ground- and Surface-Water Samples, 1997-2001 Scientific Investigations Report 2005-5225 NATIONAL WATER-QUALITY ASSESSMENT PROGRAM NATIONAL SYNTHESIS ON VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey

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