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Estimates of occupational safety and health impacts resulting from large-scale production of major photovoltaic technologies
The purpose of this study is to estimate both quantitatively and qualitatively, the worker and societal risks attributable to four photovoltaic cell (solar cell) production processes. Quantitative… Expand
Methodology for an occupational risk assessment: an evaluation of four processes for the fabrication of photovoltaic cells.
- Leslie J. Ungers, P. Moskowitz, T. Owens, A. D. Harmon, T. Briggs
- Chemistry, Medicine
- American Industrial Hygiene Association journal
- 1 February 1982
Determining occupational health and safety risks posed by emerging technologies is difficult because of limited statistics. Nevertheless, estimates of such risks must be constructed to permit… Expand
Industrial hygiene characterization of the photovoltaic solar cell industry. Technical report
The information presented in this report is based on a comprehensive literature review and walk-through surveys of 14 production or research and development facilities. The investigation covers the… Expand
Photovoltaic energy technologies: Examining public and occupational health risks
Abstract Health risks of photovoltaic energy systems arise from mining, processing and refining of raw materials and from fabrication, installation, operation and disposal of devices used to convert… Expand
Advances in Refined Coal Technology for Emissions Reduction
Refined Coal technology is widely used in coal-fired power plants for emissions reduction. The technology is successfully implemented for different types of coals and combustion configurations… Expand