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Re: today's question



How about putting lead in gasoline, instead of ethanol, to raise octane
and reduce knocking.
See article at
<http://www.thenation.com/docprint.mhtml?i=20000320&s=kitman>

Dave Salman
Coatings and Chemicals Group
US EPA OAQPS
Mail Code E143-01
RTP NC 27711
tel (919) 541-0859
fax (919) 541-0246
e-mail salman.dave@epa.gov




                                                                        
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hi gang, happy Monday. Today's question: we're looking for examples of
chemical substitutions to address certain concerns that have had
negative or worse consequences. First one that comes to mind is
flammable solvents to chlorinated solvents to n-Hexane. Then there's the
MTBE one. Any others that you can think of off the top of your head?

thanks.

Kathy Barwick
Dept. of Toxic Substances Control
Office of Pollution Prevention
(916) 323-3381 or (916) 255-6421
fax (916) 255-3595


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