Methods for Designing Site and Roof Drainage Systems – Plumbing Systems and Design

March 31, 2011
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Methods for Designing Site and Roof Drainage Systems Plumbing Systems and Design 2008; Vol. 7: No. 8 by Messina, Joseph V Most codes and standards that apply to the design of site and roof drainage systems are governed at the local level, and these can vary greatly from region to region across the country....
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Cancer Incidence and Mortality after Iodine-131 Therapy for Hyperthyroidism

March 30, 2011
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Cancer Incidence and Mortality after Iodine-131 Therapy for Hyperthyroidism Per Hall and , Lars-Erik Holm Radiation and Public Perception Chapter 9, pp 103–112 Pub Date : May, 1995 American Chemical Society Abstract Cancer risk was studied in 10,552 Swedish hyperthyroid patients treated with 131I between 1950 and 1975. Patients were followed for an average...
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Rain Water Catchment – Plumbing Engineering Design & Standard

March 30, 2011
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Rain Water Catchment – Plumbing Engineering Design & Standard Description ASPE’s second design standard, written in conjunction with the American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association, will help plumbing engineers design code-approved rainwater harvesting systems to encourage water reuse and conservation in commercial buildings. Available  at   : ASPE Publications
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Evaluating the Safety of Irradiated Foods

March 29, 2011
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Evaluating the Safety of Irradiated Foods George H. Fauli Radiation and Public Perception Chapter 8, pp 89–101 Pub Date : May, 1995 American Chemical Society Abstract Health agencies throughout the world have evaluated the safety of irradiated foods by considering the likelihood that irradiation would induce radioactivity, produce toxic radiolytic products, destroy nutrients, or...
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A 12-Step Program for Avoiding Liability for Hot Water System Injuries – Plumbing Systems and Design

March 29, 2011
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A 12-Step Program for Avoiding Liability for Hot Water System Injuries. Plumbing Systems and Design 2007; Vol. 6: No. 1 by Wise, Donald Plumbing engineers, designers, contractors, maintenance, and operating personnel are often involved in litigation concerning liability for injuries sustained by the users of hot water systems. For example, scald injuries and legionella...
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Evidence of Cancer Risk from Experimental Animal Radon Studies

March 28, 2011
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Evidence of Cancer Risk from Experimental Animal Radon Studies Fredrick T. Cross Radiation and Public Perception Chapter 7, pp 79–88 Pub Date : May, 1995 American Chemical Society Abstract Epidemiologic data from underground miners confirm that radon decay products are carcinogenic, but evidence for the quantitative risks of these exposures, especially for indoor air,...
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