Taking Action Against a Carcinogen

New real-time monitoring equipment makes it easier to measure and possibly regulate diesel particulate matter.

With its action to reclassify diesel exhaust as a known carcinogen, the World Health Organization has brought renewed interest to the subject of diesel particulate matter (DPM) and worker safety. Previously listed as a probable carcinogen since 1988, WHO's International Agency ...

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