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1,4-Dioxane - with inhalation update

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Technical Report
Technical Report

Fact Sheet: 1,4-dioxane in well water

Author: Connecticut DPH (2012) Hartford, CT: Connecticut Department of Public Health. Environmental & Occupational Health Assessment Program.. [Fact Sheet] HERO ID: 1920785


Archival Material
Archival Material

EWG research shows 22 percent of all cosmetics may be contaminated with cancer-causing impurity

Author: EWG (2012) HERO ID: 1920815


Technical Report
Technical Report

Maximum exposure guidelines (MEGs) for drinking water

Author: Maine CDC (2012) Maine Department of Human Services. HERO ID: 1920864


Technical Report
Technical Report

Standards and guidelines for contaminants in Massachusetts drinking water

Author: Commonwealth of Massachusetts (2012) Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs, Department of Environmental Protection, Office of Research and Standards. HERO ID: 1920879


Technical Report
Technical Report

Advances in inhalation gas dosimetry for derivation of a reference concentration (RfC) and use in risk assessment

Author: U.S. EPA (2012) (1-140). (EPA/600/R-12/044). Washington, DC: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. HERO ID: 1502936

[Less] This status report provides a review of advances in the state of the science for interspecies inhalation . . . [More] This status report provides a review of advances in the state of the science for interspecies inhalation gas dosimetry related to extrathoracic (ET) or upper respiratory tract (URT), tracheobronchial (TB), pulmonary (PU), and extrarespiratory (systemic, SYS) effects.

The RfC Methods document (Methods for Derivation of Inhalation Reference Concentrations and Application of Inhalation Dosimetry; EPA/600/8-90/066F, October 1994) provides the basis for EPA extrapolation of data from animal toxicology studies to estimate delivered dose in humans as part of the development of inhalation reference values (i.e., RfC values). This report evaluates and summarizes the pertinent scientific developments and advancements in gas dosimetry focusing on extrathoracic (ET) or upper respiratory tract (URT), tracheobronchial (TB), pulmonary (PU), and extrarespiratory (systemic, SYS) effects as they relate to the current methodology used by EPA. Particular emphasis is placed on the use of data from animal studies to estimate a comparable dose in humans for inhaled chemicals. In addition, this report summarizes available data pertaining to inhalation dosimetry throughout the respiratory tract of children as it relates to derivation of an RfC. This report provides the scientific foundation necessary for ensuring that methods and guidance used and implemented by EPA in inhalation risk assessment of gases reflects the state of the science.

Technical Report
Technical Report

Benchmark dose technical guidance

Author: U.S. EPA (2012) (EPA/100/R-12/001). Washington, DC: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Risk Assessment Forum. HERO ID: 1239433


Technical Report
Technical Report

IRIS Progress Report

Author: U.S. EPA (2011) HERO ID: 783309


Technical Report
Technical Report

1,4-dioxane

Author: NTP (2011) (176-178). Research Triangle Park, NC: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, National Toxicology Program. HERO ID: 1920959


Book/Book Chapter
Book/ Chapter

1,4-dioxane

Author: ACGIH (2011) In 2011 TLVs and BEIs: Based on the documentation of the threshold limit values for chemical substances and physical agents and biological exposure indices. Cincinnati, OH: American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists. HERO ID: 1881764


Technical Report
Technical Report

1,4-Dioxane for Drinking Water Systems

Author: CDPH (2011) HERO ID: 1882438