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Links & Resources

Ecological Soil Levels: Next Steps in the Development of Metal Clean-up Values Workshop Publications

Regulatory Considerations for the Potential Development and Application of Metal Cleanup Values

Next Steps in the Development of Ecological Soil Clean-up Values for Metals

Furthering the Derivation of Predictive Wildlife Toxicity Reference Values for Use in Soil Cleanup Decisions

Recommendations to Improve Wildlife Exposure Estimation for Development of Soil Screening and Cleanup Values

Deriving Site-specific Soil Clean-up Values for Metals and Metalloids: Rationale for Including Protection of Soil Microbial Processes

Deriving Site-specific Clean-up Criteria to Protect Ecological Receptors (Plants and Soil Invertebrates) Exposed to Metal or Metalloid Soil Contaminants via the Direct Contact Exposure Pathway

Agencies & Organizations:

Afton Chemical
The Aluminum Association, Inc.
Battery Council International
The Battery Man® Magazine
Environmental Protection Agency
Environmental Protection Agency Science Advisory Board
The Fertilizer Institute
International Cadmium Association
International Council on Mining and Metals
IPC, The Association for Connecting Electronics
The Mining Association of Canada
National Mining Association
Nickel Institute
United Nations Economic Commissions for Europe
United Nations Environment Programme

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