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This study aimed at evaluating the short-term effects of PM 10 concentrations on the health of children, aged 6–14 years, who attended the schools in Fumane (Italy), in proximity (1.2 km) to a large cement plant. School absenteeism was used as a proxy indicator of child morbidity

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    May 01, 2012 1. Introduction. A cement plant can be an important source of air pollutants. Few studies have focused on the health effects attributable to the emissions of a cement plant on the population living in the proximity (Rovira et al., 2010, Schuhmacher et al., 2004), some of them investigating different outcomes, such as respiratory symptoms (Legator et al., 1998), preterm delivery (Yang et al

  • Association between PM10 concentrations and
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    This study aimed at evaluating the short-term effects of PM10 concentrations on the health of children, aged 6-14 years, who attended the schools in Fumane (Italy), in proximity (1.2 km) to a large cement plant. School absenteeism was used as a proxy indicator of child morbidity

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    Mar 14, 2012 New EPA rules, scheduled to begin September 2013, will reduce the amount of mercury cement plants can emit. They will be banned from emitting more than 55 pounds of mercury per million tons of cement produced. The EPA estimates reducing fine particle pollution from cement plants will save up to 2,500 lives each year

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    Apr 12, 2013 In this regard, Fano observed a significant excess risk of lung cancer among people living in the proximity of a cement plant (Fano et al. 2004), an ecologic study conducted in Lithuania documented excess risk of lung cancer among male cement workers (Smailyte et al. 2004), and a recent IARC multicenter case–control study on occupation

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