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Research by Dr Salama Al Muhairi, director of laboratories at the Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority, found that Ajman water samples had high levels of salinity and melted dissolved solids that exceeded the maximum allowable levels.
The Taiwan legislature has relaxed a ban on the livestock feed additive in imported beef products, while Taiwan's Department of Health has set the maximum allowable level of ractopamine residue in beef.
The EU enforces maximum allowable levels as low as 0.
Tokyo, Mar 30 (ANI): The Japanese government's nuclear agency has claimed that radioactive iodine-131 at a concentration of 3,355 times the maximum allowable level under the law has been detected in the seawater sample taken near the earthquake-cum-tsunami hit Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.
Engine Recharging in the Field: When the battery system is depleted to its maximum allowable level at the jobsite, the engine automatically starts and recharges the system.
The maximum allowable level is 80 parts per billion.
The completed PCB tests measure to the picogram level and the maximum allowable level is 9000 times lower than Prop 65's NSRL.
However, none of the melamine concentrations in the eggs exceeded the FDA's maximum allowable level — 2.