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Human Health, Coal Tar Sealants, & PAHs: the State of the Science Human Health, Coal Tar Sealants, & PAHs: the State of the Science

                                                                             While our understanding continues to develop on coal tar se...

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Paint It Black by the USGS Band Paint It Black by the USGS Band

Well if you're hoping for a Rolling Stones' song here you may be disappointed.  However the United States Geological Survey (USG...

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Industry Quietly Drops Coal Tar Sealant Standard Industry Quietly Drops Coal Tar Sealant Standard

In a move that may signal a further weakening of the coal tar sealant industry, one of their standards for residential applications recentl...

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First Known Federal Agency Goes Coal Tar Free First Known Federal Agency Goes Coal Tar Free

Credit: U.S. Geological Survey;  Department of the Interior/USGS;  U.S. Geological Survey/photo by P.K. Cascio According the Bill Fulk,...

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New Report Calls for "Decisive Action" to Address Sealant Residue in the Mighty Mississippi New Report Calls for "Decisive Action" to Address Sealant Residue in the Mighty Mississippi

Decisive action is needed to address PAHs (polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons) from coal tar pavement sealants and other contaminants of con...

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