Kirklees has an estimated 23,300 houses in which there are serious health hazards
according to the figures.
Chlorinated ethylenes, PCE, and TCE resulted in the most health hazard
conclusions (eight from indoor air measurements).
Of course, a committee report, however thorough and well-intentioned, cannot guarantee that ethical lapses will not still occur, that researchers might not still hesitate to pursue housing-related health hazard
research projects for fear of litigation, or that its recommendations and suggestions will be universally followed.
From every other non-tax policy perspective, the elimination of the health hazards
posed by environmental contamination is a national priority.
Mold's research prior to and throughout the XA project points unerringly to a simple conclusion: Liggett knew for itself, and in great detail, the health hazards
brought on by smoking.
Surgeon General as a serious health hazard
and is more carcinogenic than main stream smoke.
The meeting also called for fuller use of the International Occupational Safety and Health Hazard
Alert System--an international system developed with a U.
Sikandar Mandro warned to stop throwing the poisonous factories garbage dump and unhygienic water into Phuleli Canal which is health hazard
and dangerous for human-beings, animals as well as crops, depending on Phuleli Canal drinking water crossing Tando Mohammad Khan, Badin, Matiari and other surrounding areas.
And they say despite flagging up the health hazard
at The Huntsman two months ago, the black bin bags and household debris continue to pile up.
The health hazard
evaluation program began in 1993, when GLC pioneered a joint initiative with the Toxicology Section of the Division of Environmental Health in the Illinois Department of Public Health.
Ramsay's solicitor, Keith Schilling said: "No scenes had been faked, the kitchen was indeed untidy and a health hazard