Environmental issues and green technologies are also among the leading topics this year, with special sessions devoted to volatile organic compound reductions, renewable content polyols, and environment, health and safety.
What does VOC stand for?
VOC stands for Volatile Organic Compound
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We have 116 other meanings of VOC in our Acronym Attic
- Vlaamse Oldtimer Club (Dutch: Flemish Oldtimer Club; automobile club; Belgium)
- Voice of Criticism
- Voice of Customer (marketing)
- Voice of the Customer (systems engineering)
- Voice of the Customer (US Postal Service)
- Voice-Over Credits
- Voices of Chinese
- Volatile Organic Chemical (classification)
Samples in periodicals archive:
According to the EPA, Hillards Creek, a residential area near the facility, and the Gibbsboro Nature Preserve are contaminated with Lead, volatile organic compounds and semi-volatile organic compounds related to activities at the former plant.
x]) and volatile organic compound (VOC)] emissions estimates for 1996 to predict ozone levels in the 2050s.
Thorsten Jurk and his colleagues presented a first-of-its-kind study in which passive collection systems were used to measure levels of 29 volatile organic compounds in the air of participants' homes over a 4-week period.
Developed specifically to repair pinholes, warps and cracks in aluminum castings and molds, the compound is environmentally compliant and contains no volatile organic compounds.
Toluene, a volatile organic compound often used as an indicator of human-made pollution, also emanates from plants, a new study finds.
This EPA report identifies the following indoor pollutants: radon, tobacco smoke, biological contaminants, volatile organic compounds, asbestos, combustion gases and particles.
Sensors deployed in this project will include Lower Explosive Limit (LEL) and Non-Dispersive Infrared (NDIR) for combustible gases as well as electrochemical and photoionization detectors (PID) for monitoring toxic gases and volatile organic compounds (VOCs).