It's worth pointing out that the guidance is written as if the concern is for a single drug in isolation," says Christian Daughton, chief of the environmental chemistry branch at the Environmental Protection Agency National Exposure Research Laboratory.
What does ECB stand for?
ECB stands for Environmental Chemistry Branch (US DoD and US EPA)
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Says Christian Daughton, chief of the Environmental Chemistry Branch of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) National Exposure Research Laboratory, "For the purposes of tracing sewage, in some locales there may be too much caffeine introduced to open water, both from human excretion to domestic sewage and by disposal of leftover coffee to sewage systems and via storm drains [by dumping coffee out onto the ground].
Researchers worldwide have discovered more than 60 different PPCPs in water sources, according to Christian Daughton, chief of the Environmental Chemistry Branch of the U.