A liquid used in the incinerator, tetrachloroethylene is a drying agent for metals and a cleaning solvent. It is a possible emission from the incinerator.
Volatile organic compound that is commonly used as an industrial degreasing solvent and a dry cleaning solvent.
A colorless organic liquid with a mild, chloroform-like odor. Used as a component of aerosol dry-cleaning products. Exposure to high levels can cause liver, kidney and central nervous system damage.
Chemical name of perchloroethylene (see under that name).
see Perchloroethylene
anthelmintic agent used against hookworm and other nematodes
Eye, skin, and respiratory irritant. Carcinogenic. Neurotoxic. Used in some spot removers
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