maximum permissible limit

maximum permissible limit

(1) Maximum allowed concentration, see there. 
(2) Maximum permissible exposure.
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Under the Elections Act, the maximum permissible limit of elections expenses by a candidate for the provincial assembly is Rs2 million.
Nearly 39% of the studied samples have concentration of V above the maximum permissible limit of 15ug/l (Fig.
The ministry stated that manufacturers and importers need to specify nutrition facts, including the maximum permissible limit, for each product.
Arsenicosis has been defined by the WHO as a "chronic health condition arising from prolonged ingestion (not less than 6 months) of arsenic above a safe dose, usually manifested by characteristic skin lesions, with or without involvement of internal organs".2,3 According to the WHO guidelines, the maximum permissible limit of arsenic in drinking water is 0.01 mg/L; so any water sample containing arsenic of concentration more than 0.01 mg/L is to be considered positive.4
The meeting was held after arsenic levels of more than 10 ?g / l have been detected in potable water in different parts of the country, with a maximum permissible limit of the same in the EU.
According to the study, more than 87pc samples (out of 485#) contained Aflatoxin M-1 beyond toxic (maximum permissible Limit).
According to noted climate expert Dr Mehmood Khalid Qamar, fresh readings obtained through the recently installed monitoring equipment showed the level of carbon monoxide at 21.29 milligram per metre on the Mall Road, 17.52 in Mohlanwal, and 6.94 in Gulberg's Liberty Market, against the maximum permissible limit of 5 mpm.
According to noted climate change expert Dr Mehmood Khalid Qamar, fresh readings about toxic gases, obtained through the recently installed monitoring equipment showed the level of carbon monoxide at 21.29 milligram per metre on The Mall, 17.52 in Mohlanwal, and 6.94 in Gulberg's Liberty Market, against the maximum permissible limit of 5 mpm.
The Fe concentration obtained in this study was below 20.0mgk[g.sup.-1]recommended maximum permissible limit in fish (WHO, 1985; FAO/WHO, 2011), but it was higher than those reported in Clarias gariepinus (Ugwu et al., 2012) and Johnius belangeni (Igwemmar et al., 2013).The Cu contents (0.12[+ or -]0.04mgk[g.sup.-1]-0.28[+ or -]0.02mgk[g.sup.-1]) recorded in this study were lower than the values reported in previous studies such as Edet et al., (2014) in Chrysichthys nigrodigitatus, Oguzie (2009) in Parachanna obscura and Obasohan et al., (2006) in C.
The level of Pb was found to exceed the maximum permissible limit (0.02 g/g) set by Codex Alimentarius Commission in 53% milk samples.
Ni and Cr were above the maximum permissible limit set by WHO/FAO which was shown in Figure 3, highest level of Ni and Cr was 9.29 mg/kg in fish liver and 25.40 mg/kg also in the fish liver.
The maximum permissible limit of triadimefon in apiculture products was 0.1 mg/kg in the European Union.

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