Infants and children consuming the rice would be exposed to lead levels 30 to 60 times higher than the tolerable safety limits set by the US Food and Drug Administration, said the study authors.
What does SL stand for?
SL stands for Safety Limit
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- [not an acronym] National Network of Volunteer Severe Weather Spotters for NOAA
- Sanbo Kyodan Zen (Buddhism)
- Suddeutsches Kunststoff-Zentrum (German regulations for sanitary pipe systems)
- Stichting Kwaliteitsbewaking Ziekenhuis Laboratoria (Dutch: Hospital Laboratories Quality Foundation)
- Slovenska Krovna Zveza za Psihoterapijo
- Stowarzyszenie Kultury Ziemi Raciborskiej (Poland)
- Comet Shoemaker-Levy
- Large Signal Search Light (US Navy)
- Saccharum Lactis
- Safety Level
Samples in periodicals archive:
Summary: The toxic chemical made infamous by campaigning single mother Erin Brockovich has been found at up to 15,800 times safety limits in groundwater at a Japan iron plant, the factory's operator said Thursday.
The price of rice produced before the disaster temporarily shot up in the summer as people rushed to stock up over fears this year's harvest would be contaminated said Thursday it had detected radiation in fish sold at Japanese supermarkets, although radiation levels were still well below the government safety limit of 500 becquerels.
Every entered horse is guaranteed a run (unless the elements intervene) and races are run in divisions if declarations exceed the safety limit.
A Record probe found one Chinese website where a 200milliWatt(mW) laser-200 times more powerful than the UK safety limit of 1mW - is being offered for just pounds 60.
Prisons have been ordered to ignore established safety limits governing the number of inmates they can hold.
They are deliberately set well below safety limits so as to avoid health risks.
5parts per billion as the safety limit -- but not an enforceable standard -- for daily human intake of perchlorate in drinking water.