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Illinois Initiates Move to Allow Local Sealant Bans Illinois Initiates Move to Allow Local Sealant Bans

After robust media and USGS attention, McHenry County government discovered last year that they do not have the constitutional authority t...

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California Introduces Legislation to Ban Toxic Pavement Sealcoats California Introduces Legislation to Ban Toxic Pavement Sealcoats

In a state where applicators still boast of the "harmless" and "environmentally-friendly" aspects of coal tar sealants a...

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USGS Publishes State-of-the-Science Sealant Paper with-State-Local-University Collaboration USGS Publishes State-of-the-Science Sealant Paper with-State-Local-University Collaboration

A new paper compiles the state of our knowledge about the environmental and human health effects of coal tar sealant as well as the stat...

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PAHs Force NJ Park Closure, But 2,000 Times Cleaner Than Sealant Dust PAHs Force NJ Park Closure, But 2,000 Times Cleaner Than Sealant Dust

A park in Teaneck, New Jersey closed recently due to the discovery of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) at a concerning level t...

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