The New PCBs?

Posted on Tuesday, June 08 at 10:23 by 4Canada

By MARTIN MITTELSTAEDT
Saturday, June 5, 2004 - Page F7

When thinking about hazardous chemicals, Canadians usually don't consider the mattresses they sleep on, the couches in their living rooms or the hard plastic casings around their computers and television sets.

But all these everyday items may contain compounds that are starting to worry scientists because they are close chemical cousins to the notorious PCBs, banned in the seventies.

The New PCBs

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