Lead association issues guidance on toxic lead emissions
London – A new, free document from the International Lead Association aims to educate workers and managers in developing countries on how to minimize or eliminate the risks of toxic lead emissions.
Released Sept. 23, Control and Monitoring of Atmospheric Emissions details where potential emissions can originate, methods of control, and procedures for testing and analysis.
The document is the fourth in a series ILA has published on working safely with lead. Others include general information, changing room and washing facility design, and effluent control and monitoring.