Month: January 2016

Schools, PCBs and TSCA; the Law of Unintended Consequences – Part 2

In Part 1 of this post, I wrote about the misguided push in my home state of Connecticut to test more schools for PCBs. There’s a misconception that PCBs, even with the low potential doses likely to occur in the indoor environment, pose a health risk. This misconception persists despite a 50+ year history of […]