Prominent Industry Group Changes Position on Bans Prominent Industry Group Changes Position on Bans

According to the publication, Inside EPA , the National Pavement Contractors' Association (NPC...

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I Guess Sealants are Sexy After All! I Guess Sealants are Sexy After All!

  About the time that Austin, TX was considering the nation's first ban of coal tar pavement...

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A Source of Toxic PAH-llution A Source of Toxic PAH-llution

Article from the Fall 2011 Estuary News of the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary Ever crin...

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UConn PAH Seminar: Human Cancer Risks Federally "Unacceptable;" More New Challenges for Coal Tar Sealants UConn PAH Seminar: Human Cancer Risks Federally "Unacceptable;" More New Challenges for Coal Tar Sealants

For the first time, a toxicologist has publicly presented the probable risks to children exposed...

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Edina Becomes Minnesota's 13th Community to Ban Coal Tar Sealants Edina Becomes Minnesota's 13th Community to Ban Coal Tar Sealants

Last night Edina, Minnesota, in spite of pressure from industry, passed a ban of coal tar pavement...

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Sealant Removal Video Now Available from Washington, D.C. Sealant Removal Video Now Available from Washington, D.C.

As reported recently on this blog , this video shows last month's remediation of a coal ...

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12th Minnesota Town Says "NO" to Coal Tar Sealants 12th Minnesota Town Says "NO" to Coal Tar Sealants

  Tonight the City of Inver Grove Heights passed a ban of coal tar pavement sealants.   Wit...

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DC Ban Violator Successfully Removes Toxic Sealant! DC Ban Violator Successfully Removes Toxic Sealant!

The District of Columbia's Department of the Environment has completed their first remediati...

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Austin Ban Illustrates Prudent Pollution Prevention According to National Research Council Austin Ban Illustrates Prudent Pollution Prevention According to National Research Council

I came across this report I read several years ago that is just as pertinent today as it was in 2008...

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