Residential releases of number 2 fuel oil: a contributor to indoor air pollution.

@article{Kaplan1993ResidentialRO,
  title={Residential releases of number 2 fuel oil: a contributor to indoor air pollution.},
  author={Meg Kaplan and Paul Wesley Brandt-Rauf and J W Axley and Tueng Shen and Graham Sewell},
  journal={American journal of public health},
  year={1993},
  volume={83 1},
  pages={84-8}
}
OBJECTIVES Analysis of data from the New York City Fire Department showed that residential fuel oil releases frequently occur in quantities ranging from 5 to 1000 gal, primarily from storage tank leaks and overfill. A risk assessment was conducted to determine whether Number 2 fuel oil basement spills pose a significant risk to human health. METHODS Exposure was derived from a simulated field study spill of Number 2 fuel oil in a townhouse basement to develop emission rates for the indicator… CONTINUE READING
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