Unregulated Crystalline Silica Exposure in Wisconsin
Pierce, Crispin H.
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Occupational silica exposure is related to the development of respiratory disease, tuberculosis, autoimmune disease, kidney disease, silicosis and lung cancer. Recent proposals for sand mines and processing plants around Wisconsin--including Chippewa Falls--have raised substantial community concerns about health risk to the public. This literature search project has gathered research and regulatory information to support an upcoming Department of Natural Resources decision on whether to control currently unregulated crystalline silica as a hazardous air pollution.
Silica dust--Health aspects
Silica dust--Safety measures
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Nelson, Gregory T.; Fay, James; Kleist, Andrew (2012-04)As many new and proposed sand mines and processing plants in Wisconsin add to the 2,300 current industrial sources, public exposure to small particles including respirable crystalline silica (RCS) is increasing rapidly. ...
Walters, Kristin; Jacobson, Jeron; Pierce, Crispin; Kroening, Zachary (Journal of Environmental Health, 2015-11)The rapid growth of hydraulic fracturing for oil and gas extraction in the U.S. has led to 135 active "frac" sand mines, processing plants, and rail transfer stations in Wisconsin. Potential environmental health risks ...
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