4-n-NP), diadzein (Dai), genistein (Gen), kaempferol (Kaem), apigenin (Api), coumestrol (Coum), endosulfan (Endo), kepone
(Kep), and 1-bromopropane (1-BP) were obtained from the Midwest Research Institute (Kansas City, MO) through a contract with the National Toxicology Program and are previously described (Li et al.
On the issue of importing toxic waste from the US, a diplomat wrote: "EPA (the Environmental Protection Agency) has requested Department's assistance in confirming Allied Chemical Corporation contention that the UK Government has been informed of the trial incineration of 80 drums of Kepone
scheduled to be performed by Rechem International Ltd, Pontypool, Wales.
Effet of Kepone
of estuarine microbial activity, Microb.
The exhibition took place in the presence of the European Union Ambassador's Representative, Marcelo Mori, Swedish Ambassador to Lebanon, Nicholas kepone
, and scores of concerned dignitaries.
Our area is no longer in a crisis (or perceived crisis) that causes it to take priority over other more pressing national problems such as terrorism and the financial crisis--as it once was when the Cuyahoga River caught fire, Kepone
poisoned the James River, children in the inner city suffered retardation from lead in gasoline, and we believed that PCBs and other chlorinated organics were causing wide-spread sterility in the animal kingdom and otherwise destroying nature.
is banned under the Stockholm Convention on persistent organic pollutants.
Avoidance Costs Associated with Imperfect Information: The Case of Kepone
29) In this case, the taxpayer pled nolo contendere to a 1,940-count indictment for waste and water pollution resulting from its manufacturing of Kepone
DDT, aldrin, dieldrin, heptachlor, chlordane, kepone
, nonylphenol, and alkylbenzene sulfonate) have shown 'hockey-stick' shaped loss curves involving an initial stage of relatively rapid loss followed by little or no loss (Alexander 1995).
14) In Hopewell, Virginia, production of the chemical Kepone
by the Allied Chemical Company deteriorated employees' health and damaged the aquatic environment of the James River.
The then-recent kepone
contamination of the James River, as well as discoveries about dangers posed by polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and methyl chloride, prompted congressional concern that many existing chemicals posed significant health and environmental risks, and that no legal mechanism existed to impede the introduction of the next generation of equally dangerous chemicals.
(Bookhout et al, 1980), and Mirex (Bookhout et al, 1972); components of drilling fluids (Bookhout et al, 1984a, b); polycylic aromatic hydrocarbons (Laughlin and Neff, 1979a, b, 1980, 1981; Laughlin et al.