Tag: PAHs

PCTC's latest column in Pavement Maintenance & Reconstruction Magazine asks the question: Why are politicians in local governments...

Want to learn more about PAHs? Here's a place to start.    

PCTC was involved in several presentations at the 2016 annual meeting of the Society of Environmental Toxicology &...

PCTC joined with four other trade associations to submit comments to EPA for discussion at a June 29, 2016, Public...

In 2014, Van Metre & Mahler published a paper in the journal Environmental Science & Technology (ES&T) claiming...

As supporting information for a presentation at SETAC 2015 on White Hat Bias, this post includes a link...

September 12, 2015 – In May, 2013, PCTC submitted its first Data Quality Act (DQA, also known as...

Updating and repairing links in old posts brings to mind the saga of PCTC's last decade.  For reasons not clear...

The USGS team has been busy – sediment, house dust, quantitative risk assessments, volatilization into air. It’s remarkable...

PAHs are everywhere. They occur naturally in organic materials, and are made whenever organic substances are heated. The...