Energy Conservation, Rural Housing, and the Use of Urea-formaldehyde Foamed-in Place Insulation: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Rural Housing and Development of the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, United States Senate, Ninety-sixth Congress, First Session ... December 19, 1979
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs. Subcommittee on Rural Housing and Development
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1980 - Dwellings - 127 pages
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Page 41 - ... promotional advertising" do not include — (A) Advertising which informs electric consumers how they can conserve energy or can reduce peak demand for electric energy, (B) advertising required by law or regulation, including advertising required under part 1 of title II of the National Energy Conservation Policy Act, (C) advertising regarding service interruptions, safety measures, or emergency conditions, (D) advertising concerning employment opportunities with such utility, (E) advertising...
Page 107 - ... weight of evidence that an agent is a potential human carcinogen and, if so, how great an impact it is likely to have on public health. Judgments about the weight of evidence involve considerations of the quality and adequacy of the data and the kinds of responses induced by the suspect carcinogen. The best evidence that an agent is a human carcinogen comes from epidemiological studies in conjunction with confirmatory animal tests. Substantial evidence is provided by animal tests that demonstrate...
Page 15 - Ellen, if you have any other comments that you would like to make, I would be pleased to receive them at this time.
Page 37 - Standards, specifies physical properties, test methods, installation guidelines, and labeling requirements for urea-based foam insulation. It also states that this insulation may be used only in enclosed building cavities such as walls, partitions, and floors.
Page 87 - Yves Alarie Professor and Chairman Department of Industrial Environmental Health Sciences University of Pittsburgh 'Dr. J. George Bekesi Professor, Department of Neoplastic Diseases, and Head, Environmental Immunology Laboratory The Mount Sinai Medical Center Dr. Michael R. Boyd Chief, Laboratory of Experimental Therapeutics and Metabolism Developmental Therapeutics Program Division of Cancer Treatment National...
Page 38 - OSHA, the Federal Trade Commission, the General Services Administration, the National Science Foundation, the National Academy of Sciences and the Formaldehyde Institute.
Page 95 - Sciences (NIBS) requests that this letter be included in the record of the Subcommittee's hearings on ureaformaldehyde insulation.
Page 17 - I don't know whether this had anything to do with it or not, but in anatomy and physiology you taught us about reproduction — I was so interested I couldn't take notes.
Page 27 - Club, the University of Connecticut, the University of Rhode Island, the University of Vermont, the University of Maine, the University of New Hampshire, Smith College, New York State Museum, and Mr. Ahles' personal collection of over 10,000 sheets for New York State.