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Particulate matter (PM) is a major primary pollutant emitted during wildland fires that has the potential to pose significant health risks to individuals/communities who live and work in areas impacted by smoke events. Limiting exposure is the principle measure available to mitigate health...
Asbestos is a known carcinogen and a banned hazardous material. However, the generation of asbestos-containing waste (ACW) is increasing because of the demolition of old constructions, buildings, and structures. Therefore, asbestos-containing wastes need to be effectively treated to render them...
The default groundwater-to-indoor air attenuation factor (AF) of 10−3 (0.001) to assess the vapor intrusion (VI) pathway and generate VI screening levels for groundwater was developed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) based on chlorinated volatile organic compound (VOC)...
The study focused on the management of the final disposal of Construction and Demolition Waste (CDW) generated in Tehran and the determination of the best disposal method. For this purpose, three of final disposal alternatives such as reusing, recycling and landfilling were selected. Moreover,...
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