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Even with ventilation, miners still face great risk for developing diseases such as lung cancer, heart failure, serious allergic responses and other cardiopulmonary problems caused by significant concentrations of particles from diesel exhausts.
The central government has been under even stronger pressure to take tougher measures against air pollution since 2000, when two court rulings acknowledged a causal relationship between diesel exhaust particles and health hazards in Amagasaki and Nagoya air pollution suits.
Makers of DEF that have demonstrated that their products meet the performance requirements in ISO 22241 may be licensed to display the API Diesel Exhaust Fluid Certification Mark.
Although NIOSH and NCI attempted to eliminate certain confounding factors by focusing on nonmetal mines, the DEMS does not adequately address other confounding factors including how cigarette smoke and non-diesel airborne pollutants impact workers' cancer risks, the use of carbon monoxide and horsepower as surrogates for diesel exhaust, and modeling 1998-2001 air survey data to the 1947-1997 study period where no actual diesel air monitoring data existed.
The environmental justice community has long advocated for the EPA to revisit its assessment of risks posed by diesel exhaust. The EPA's National Air Toxics Assessment (NATA) program is a national-scale assessment program focused on cancer risks and noncancer health effects of a variety of air toxics.
Cardiovascular effects of inhaled diesel exhaust in spontaneously hypertensive rats.
Several studies have linked diesel exhaust exposure to low birth weight in infants, premature births, and elevated infant mortality rates, besides a fall in sperm count in men.
As the negotiations stand at present, the planned joint venture would supply complete diesel exhaust systems to all engine and machinery manufacturers worldwide.
said it has improved the temperature detection accuracy of its newly developed diesel exhaust temperature sensor.
As the North American SCR Stakeholders Group explains on its Web site, DEF is injected into the diesel exhaust, where the urea and water break down the nitrogen oxide emissions into nitrogen, water and carbon dioxide.
Diesel exhaust from sources such as buses, trucks, and farm equipment is a major component of air pollution around the world and has been linked with lung cancer and other illnesses.
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