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Available field methods for rapid screening of hazardous waste materials at waste sites : final report, class A poisons /
Available field methods for rapid screening of hazardous waste materials at waste sites : interim report, survey of toxic wastes /
Chemical dehalogenation treatability studies under CERCLA : an overview.
Chemistry of hazardous materials
Compilation of E.P.A.'s sampling and analysis methods
DOE methods for evaluating environmental and waste management samples /
Laboratory and field evaluation of the semi-VOST method /
Methods for biological monitoring a manual for assessing human exposure to hazardous substances /
Publications on the analysis of spilled hazardous and toxic chemicals and petroleum oils.
Technical guidance for hazards analysis : emergency planning for extremely hazardous substances.
The Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act of 1986 : extremely hazardous substances listed under title III, Section 302 : chemical profiles.
Toxic release inventory : hazardous substance fact sheets.
Tracking and predicting the atmospheric dispersion of hazardous material releases : implications for homeland security /
Uncertainty in the risk assessment of environmental and occupational hazards : an international workshop /
Use of physical-chemical properties in the 6th amendment, and their required precision, accuracy and limiting values.
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