Petroleum Jelly May Not Be As Harmless As You Think

2013-10-21  Petroleum jelly, commonly known by the most popular brandname Vaseline, is a derivative of oil refining. Originally found coating the bottom of oil rigs in the mid-1800s, it's a byproduct of the oil industry and therefore an unsustainable resource (read: not eco-friendly). It's commonly used topically to cure everything from dehydrated, flakey skin to diaper rash.

EACO Lead Guideline

2014-10-24  Lead Guideline For Construction, Renovation, Maintenance or Repair October 2014 1 of 54 refining, welding and flame cutting or burning, are required before significant airborne concentrations Lead does not have a known function in the human body. It disrupts the function of enzyme systems that

RBOB Gasoline In 2021: Understand What Drives Its

2021-3-18  Refining Costs and Profits The costs of operating refineries and the productivity of those refineries can have a major effect on gasoline prices. Crude oil varieties and the technology available for refining them can lead to different gasoline products and pricing from one refinery to the next.

Getting the Lead Out: Why Battery Recycling Is a

2020-11-2  We know too that the lead is a potent neurotoxin. There is no known safe level. Besides causing fevers and gastrointestinal problems, it damages the intellectual development of young children even at low levels, reducing IQ and attention span, as well as causing mood disorders.