CalEPA

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CalEPACalifornia Environmental Protection Agency
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The toxicity values extracted for this effort included chronic values only, specifically RfDs [including chronic oral minimal risk levels (MRLs)], RfCs (including chronic inhalation MRLs and reference exposure levels), OSFs, IURs, and CPVs (CalEPA values only, for the purpose of exploring a non-Federal data set derived independently from other processes).
The chronic standard is the National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS) for the longest available time frame (24 h for [PM.sub.2.5] and 8 h for ozone); the reference exposure level for non-cancer chronic effects is determined by CalEPA; the reference concentration is specified for non-cancer chronic effects by the U.S.
According to CalEPA, the blueprint plan was submitted to California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger in early March, with the governor ultimately endorsing the Blueprint Plan Advisory Panel's recommendations for advancing the vision laid out in his hydrogen executive order.
According to CalEPA, the vehicles, which have a range of approximately 100 miles and a top speed of 85 miles per hour (mph), contain fuel cell systems located on the automobile floor.
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DDTs are listed by the California Environmental Protection Agency (CalEPA) as causing developmental and reproductive toxicity and have recently been classified by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) as probably carcinogenic to humans (Cal/EPA-OEHHA 2016; Loomis et al.
In response to the Executive Order, the Secretary of the California Environmental Protection Agency (CalEPA) created a Climate Action Team to recommend climate change emissions reduction strategies.
The main organizations that publish standards and guidelines are the World Health Organization (WHO), the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), and the California EPA (CalEPA) (WHO 2005; USEPA 2008; Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) 2010).
The amount of lead that someone might accidentally ingest from the shop towels may exceed California Environmental Protection Agency (CalEPA) Proposition 65 limits (based on 2.5 towels per day).
(4.) For more information see calepa.ca.gov/ems/publications/pilots/wine0600.htm.
For benzene, there is increased risk of health risks at a dilution of 0.1 mg/[m.sup.3] (1 ppb) (CalEPA 2016).