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Health risk assessment of emissions from a Gypsum plant ...

Aug 09, 2019  The risk of cancer due to all sources activities was about 598 per 1 million people. The contribution of Gypsum plant in cancer disease is about 36%. The findings indicate that there is a need to have a detailed assessment on the short- and long-term health effects of

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Journal of Environment and Health Science

Citation: Makaremi, M, et al Health risk assessment of emissions from a Gypsum plant using AERMOD 2019 J Environ Health Sci 52:63-70 ommegaonline Vol 5:2 pp 66 Figure 4: Annual PM 10 concentration ¬dispersion around Company (µg/m3) The carcinogenic risk assessment for all sources also was calculated and the contribution of Gypsum plant in carcinogenic

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Human Health Risks from Mercury in Concrete and Wallboard ...

this risk assessment indicated [hat the mercury in coal . fly . ash concrete and flue gas desulfuriza­ (ion gypsum wallboard (both in use and after . disposal in landfill) docs not pose a health con-Figure . 1: Risk Assessment Basics . cern. Specifically, the calcul ated risks from gas­ eous mercury were well below the United States

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Health risk assessment of emissions from a coal-fired ...

In this study, health risk assessment (HRA) for air emission from a coal-fired power plant in Malaysia was carried out. Two pollutants from the Proposed New Environmental Quality (Clean Air) Regulation 201X (Draft) (i.e. SO2 and Hg) were assessed for non-carcinogenic health risk, and two trace elements (i.e.

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11.16 Gypsum Manufacturing - US EPA

Potential emission sources in gypsum processing plants are shown in Figure 11.16-1. While particulate matter (PM) is the dominant pollutant in gypsum processing plants, several sources may emit gaseous pollutants also. The major sources of PM emissions include rotary ore dryers, grinding mills, calciners, and board end sawing operations.

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Health risk assessment of air emissions from a municipal ...

A health risk assessment of long-term emissions of carcinogenic and non-carcinogenic air pollutants has been carried out for the municipal solid waste incinerator (MSWI) of the city of Taranto, Italy. Ground level air concentrations and soil deposition of carcinogenic (Polychlorinated Dibenzo-p-Diox

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VMT/ORCEM HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT VALLEJO, CA

Risk Assessment Vallejo, Ca CONTENTS 1. HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT ANALYSIS 1 2. PROJECT DESCRIPTION 2 2.1 Quantification of Project Toxic Air Contaminants 3 2.2 Port Activity 6 2.2.1 Geared Ships 6 2.2.2 Self-Discharge Ships 6 2.2.3 Shipping Emissions 6 2.2.4 Orcem Process Operations and Emissions 12 2.3 Truck Movements on Local Road Network 13

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Environmental Impact Assessments for Cement Plants

• Human and/or environmental risk assessments. Risk assessments can be focused on consequences to the health of plant workers and nearby residents resulting from operational accidents or emergencies. This may entail evaluation of low probability events and the human health consequences over both short-term and longer-term time periods.

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A Risk Assessment Study on Occupational Hazards in Cement ...

physical health issues but also the noise exposure levels and ergonomics of workers are studied. Finally guidelines and suggestions on how to control health problems and make a better workplace to the employees are given to the management. Key Words: Occupational health, Risk assessment, Major hazards, Safety measures, Ergonomics, etc.

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Lafarge Cement Plant Site Chronology

Lafarge Cement Plant Site Chronology Early 2009: Community Advocates for Safe Emissions request to NYS DOH for public health assessment. The New York State Department of Health (NYS DOH) began an assessment of the potential impact on community health posed by the cement plant located in Ravena, New York, in response to a request from the community group, Community Advocates for Safe Emissions ...

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HEALTH CONSULTATION

Registry (ATSDR), BCEH conducted this health consultation to evaluate the health risk to the surrounding community from radionuclides in the A-4 Gypsum Pond. ... the A-4 Gypsum Pond had the potential to result in airborne emissions to the public ... the past, especially during the years (1964 to 1970) when the plant was actively pumping gypsum ...

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HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT SCAQMD ID Number

The use of emission rates for the Health Risk Assessment submitted January 12, 2015 was approved in an email received from South Coast AQMD on May 2, 2014. The May 2, 2014 e- -mail from South Coast AQMD is included with Attachment A along with the source tests approved by South Coast AQMD for use in this Health Risk Assessment.

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Health risk assessment of heavy metals contamination in ...

Health risk assessment of heavy metals contamination in tomato and green pepper plants grown in soils amended with phosphogypsum waste materials Environ Geochem Health. 2015 Apr;37(2):287-304. doi: 10.1007/s10653-014-9646-z. Epub 2014 Aug 31. Authors Mohammad Al-Hwaiti 1 ...

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Health risk assessment of emissions from a coal-fired ...

Sep 01, 2014  In this study, health risk assessment (HRA) for air emission from a coal-fired power plant in Malaysia was carried out. Two pollutants from the Proposed New Environmental Quality (Clean Air) Regulation 201X (Draft) (i.e. SO 2 and Hg) were assessed for non-carcinogenic health risk, and two trace elements (i.e.

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Health risk assessment of emissions from a coal-fired ...

In this study, health risk assessment (HRA) for air emission from a coal-fired power plant in Malaysia was carried out. Two pollutants from the Proposed New Environmental Quality (Clean Air) Regulation 201X (Draft) (i.e. SO 2 and Hg) were assessed for non-carcinogenic health risk, and two trace elements (i.e.

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Health risk assessment of air emissions from a municipal ...

Health risk assessment of air emissions from a municipal solid waste incineration plant – A case study Federico Cangialosi, Gianluca Intini, Lorenzo Liberti, Michele Notarnicola, Paolo Stellacci*

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Summary of Risk Assessment on Polychlorinated Biphenyls ...

The intent of the risk assessment provided in the main document is to supply information that can be used to assess benefits and costs of these remedial alternatives. 2. Evaluation of Potential Health Risks Evaluation of the potential for health risks is a three step process consisting of

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2014 Portfolio: Coal Combustion Products - Environmental ...

Environmental Risk Assessment Research is focused on assessment and evaluation of groundwater effects and human health and ecological risks associated with the specific inorganic constituents that are commonly found at CCP management sites and other power plant facilities. P49.003 Characterization of

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Health Risks of Toxic Emissions from a Coal-Fired Power Plant

Jan 01, 2001  Price. Add to Cart. Paperback 118 pages. $30.00. $24.00 20% Web Discount. This report is the fifth in a series dealing with the human health risks of toxic substances emitted by coal-fired power plants. It summarizes two earlier studies that examined selenium and beryllium discharges from a power plant in Pennsylvania (the Montour Steam ...

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EPRI Journal

Prior laboratory research has indicated that applying flue gas desulfurization gypsum (a byproduct of power plant emissions controls) to agricultural fields can reduce phosphorus runoff. Between 2006 and 2015, EPRI and The Ohio State University evaluated the potential for soil,

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IMPROVED LEACHING TEST METHODS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL ...

power plants are the largest anthropogenic source of mercury emissions to the air in the U.S., accounting for over 40 percent of all domestic anthropogenic mercury emissions. EPA has estimated that about one quarter of U.S. emissions from coal-burning power plants are deposited within the contiguous U.S. and the remainder enters the global cycle.

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CPSC INVESTIGATION OF IMPORTED DRYWALL STATUS

Department of Health about the drywall issue on January 23, 2009. ... particular U.S. plant is similar to the Chinese manufacturing operations that made the problem drywall in 2006. The staff at the manufacturing facility pointed out where other chemicals could ... staff to model exposure and to perform a preliminary health risk assessment. The ...

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The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) conducts research, development, and demonstration projects for the benefit of the public in the United States and internationally. As an independent, nonprofit organization for public interest energy and environmental research, we focus on electricity generation, delivery, and use in collaboration with the electricity sector, its stakeholders and ...

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Drywall Hazard Spectrum HomeFree from HBN

The type of gypsum available can vary by region, company, and manufacturing plant. Increasingly, drywall manufacturers have shifted toward the use of more synthetic gypsum, also called FGD or flue-gas desulfurization gypsum.[3] This shift has lifecycle impacts in the

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Ignoring Emissions of Hg from Coal Ash and Desulfurized ...

Ignoring Emissions of Hg from Coal Ash and Desulfurized Gypsum Will Lead to Ineffective Mercury Control in Coal-Fired Power Plants in China Yufei Yang, Qifei Huang,* and Qi Wang State Key Laboratory of Environmental Criteria and Risk Assessment, Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences, Beijing 100012, China M

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4 Exposure and health risks from incineration

Section 6.1 presents the conceptual framework of health risk assessment (HRA), as well as some details and citations supporting the approach. Subsequent sections apply this approach to small-scale incinerators. 4.1 Health risk assessment framework The objective of HRA is to estimate effects of incinerator emissions, in this case, air pollutants, on

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Human Health Risk Assessment for Petroleum Refining ...

Human Health Risk Assessment for Petroleum Refining Industry of the Remaining Air Toxics after MACT I Emissions Reductions A Thesis Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of the University of New Orleans in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Environmental Engineering By Nadia Carolina Roa B. S. UNEXPO, 2001

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Health risk assessment of emissions from brick kilns in ...

Jun 26, 2020  In 2014 Mokhtar et al. conducted a similar health risk assessment study from the emissions of coal fired power plants located in Malaysia for Hg and SO 2. The hazard index (sum of more than one HQs) for short term and long-term risk was found to be 1.814 and 0.1009, respectively, and was less than present study [ 7 ].

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ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT 7.1

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT ... in the area leads to a reduction of the risk of future adverse environmental e. ffects, and permits the proposal of mitigation guidelines/measures to avoid, ... The emission of carbon dioxide, while not directly harmful to human health or the environment, contributes to global warming and climate change. ...

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Environmental Impact Assessment Guidelines for Cement ...

E.7 Gaseous Emissions to Air 17 E.8 Emissions to Water 18 E.9 Waste Disposal 19 E.10 Noise 19 E.11 Traffic 19 E.12 Services and Infrastructure 20 E.13 Risk Assessment 20 F. Mitigation 21 F.1 Mitigation Strategy 21

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Chapter 8 Environmental Aspects of Copper Production

can be treated in an acid plant. Weak gases, such as those from reverberatory furnaces and fugitive emissions, must be treated by alternate means. b Strong Sulfur Dioxide Emissions Acid plants (figure 8-2) convert the sulfur di-oxide in emissions to sulfuric acid (H 2 SO 4). Other conversions, including to gypsum, elemental sul-fur, and liquid SO 2

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Hazards identified and the need for The Author(s) 2015 ...

vanadium to contaminate grass.55 However, a risk assessment showed that consumption of meat and milk from cattle that grazed in areas close to a vanadium processing plant would pose no health risk to the con-sumers.56 This notwithstanding, vanadium remains both an

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HINDALCO INDUSTRIES LIMITED (UNIT: BIRLA COPPER)

2 Stationary Emissions from flue gas stacks PM, SO2, NOx Monthly 3 Noise Equivalent noise level - dB (A) (min. 10 locations) Monthly 4 Greenbelt Number of plantation (Units), Number of Survived Plants/Trees, Number of Poor Plant/Trees Yearly 5 Environmental Audit As per Directions of Hon. High Court, Gujarat Yearly

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Environment Supplemental Projects – Summary View

Fugitive Emissions from Power Plants 1021282 . Health Effects of Air Pollution and Particulate Matter Components: Texas ARIES 1011392 ... Screening Risk Assessment of Utility HAPs Emissions 1018108 . July 2010 . Global Climate Change . ... Agricultural Uses of Gypsum and Other Products from Flue Gas Desulphurization Systems 1014637 .

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Drywall Hazard Spectrum HomeFree from HBN

The type of gypsum available can vary by region, company, and manufacturing plant. Increasingly, drywall manufacturers have shifted toward the use of more synthetic gypsum, also called FGD or flue-gas desulfurization gypsum.[3] This shift has lifecycle impacts in the

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Federal Register :: National Emission Standards for ...

Apr 06, 2018  Risk results from the inhalation risk assessment using the MACT-allowable emissions indicate that the cancer MIR could be as high as 1-in-1 million with formaldehyde emissions driving the risks, and that the maximum chronic noncancer TOSHI value could be as high as 0.009 at the MACT-allowable Start Printed Page 14996 emissions level with ...

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California Air Toxics “Hot Spots” Program AB2588 Health ...

Oct 29, 2007  from stationary sources and the potential public health impacts of those emissions. The principal tool used to estimate and communicate risk is a Health Risk Assessment Report (HRA). This HRA has been prepared using procedures described in the The Air Toxics Hot Spots Program Guidance Manual for Preparation of Health Risk Assessments (the Guidance

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ETHYLENE OXIDE - World Health Organization

human health and/or the environment. The IPCS Risk Assessment Steering Group advises the Coordinator, IPCS, on the selection of chemicals for an IPCS risk assessment based on the following criteria: • there is the probability of exposure; and/or • there is significant toxicity/ecotoxicity. Thus, it is typical of a priority chemical that

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