EPTC


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EPTC

S-ethyldipropylthiocarbamate; a thiocarbamate herbicide.
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Applicators in the highest categories of intensity-weighted EPTC and pendimethalin exposure-days had an increased risk of pancreatic cancer relative to nonexposed applicators, and we observed significant exposure-response trends for both pesticides (Andreotti et al.
Hansen has been working in composting technologies for over 20 years, and with EPTC aerobic and anaerobic systems for approximately a year.
This 31% increase was primarily due to the income earned by Pacific Terminals, which acquired the EPTC storage and terminaling assets on July 31, 2003, but was partially offset by lower revenues due to reduced pipeline volumes.
As part of this program the company will publish an article detailing the advantages to world wide sustainable growth of the EPTC Closed Loop Waste Management System.
This distribution increase is primarily the result of the acquisition of Southern California Edison Company's EPTC storage and distribution assets on July 31, 2003," said Irvin Toole, Jr.
Capital expenditure guidance for Pacific Terminals will also be provided following the closing of the EPTC acquisition.
TPGI's report on EPTC will be distributed to subscribers of TPGI Equity Research, including institutional & individual investors, stockbrokers and investment advisors.
We used the highest 15-consecutive-day air concentration to estimate subchronic exposures (Table 1), except for EPTC and methyl bromide.
Mears indicated that, in response to numerous requests from several large food processors and a large regional supermarket chain, EPTC has constructed additional equipment and modified its Bioreactor at Utah State University to process food waste.
The EPTC facilities consist of approximately 9 million barrels of storage capacity and 119 miles of pipeline.
As the foregoing data indicates, EPTC has designed a zero-discharge system that produces a stable, pasteurized, non-toxic, nutrient-rich, composted material that can be handled, stored and moved without posing a threat to human, animal or plant life," said Marvin Mears, president and chief executive officer.