|Statement||performed by Laboratory for Energetics, Technical University of Denmark and Chemistry Department, Risø National Laboratory.|
|Series||Miljø-projekter -- 15|
|Contributions||Denmark. Miljøstyrelsen., European Economic Community., Denmarks tekniske Universitet. Laboratoriet for energiteknik., Forsogsanlaeg Risø. Kemiafdelingen.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. ( various pagings) :|
An illustration of these attitudes was the argument by the country's Chief Air Pollution Control Officer and the Ministry of Energy, supported by the suppliers of lead additives (Associated Octel), that a survey of blood lead levels in the New Zealand population was needed before decisions could be made on lead by: Removal of Lead from Gasoline: Technical Considerations ment. Thus, the marginal cost of octane from lead addition increases as the lead level increases. In addition to its octane benefit, TEL also pro-vides engine lubrication benefits. Lead in gaso-line prevents the wear of engine parts (valve seat recession) under severe driving conditions. The use of lead as a petrol additive has been a catastrophe for public health. Leaded petrol has caused more exposure to lead than any other source worldwide. By contaminating air, dust, soil, drinking- water and food crops, it has caused harmfully high human blood lead levels aroundtheworld,especiallyinchildren(1). Lessons from the removal of lead from gasoline for controlling other environmental pollutants: A case study from New Available via license: CC BY Content may be subject to copyright.
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