[Pharmwaste] on line journals
Zimmer, Catherine (PSC)
Catherine.Zimmer at pscnow.com
Fri May 11 08:50:30 EDT 2012
Hi Stevan and Burke,
FYI, most universities have access to virtually every online journal. So, if your organization is affiliated with a university you could have them access the article for you. Unfortunately, I am no longer affiliated with the U of MN so I no longer have the electronic access. You could even ask your local library or Burke, in your case, the state library.
Hope this helps.
P.S. Burke, if you get a copy of the article you referred to, I would be interested in it as well. Thanks.
Very truly yours,
Catherine Zimmer, MS, BSMT
Industry Leader, Environmental and Regulatory
PSC Healthcare Services
Catherine.zimmer at pscnow.com<mailto:Catherine.zimmer at pscnow.com>
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From: pharmwaste-bounces at lists.dep.state.fl.us [mailto:pharmwaste-bounces at lists.dep.state.fl.us] On Behalf Of Lucy, Burke
Sent: Thursday, May 10, 2012 7:31 PM
To: pharmwaste at lists.dep.state.fl.us
Subject: [Pharmwaste] pharma concentrations in the environment
Does anybody happen to have a copy of the report below? I'd like to save the $50 charge if possible.
Versteeg, D.J., Alder, A.C., Cunningham, V.L., Kolpin, D.W., Murray-Smith, R., and Ternes, T., 2005,
Environmental exposure modeling and monitoring of human pharmaceutical concentrations in the environment<http://www.setac.net/setacssa/ecssashop.show_product_detail?p_mode=detail&p_product_serno=202&p_cust_id=&p_order_serno=&p_promo_cd=&p_price_cd=&p_category_id=BOOKS>, in Williams, R.T., ed., Human pharmaceuticals - assessing the impacts on aquatic ecosystems: SETAC Press, p. 71-110.
Mr. Burke Lucy
Integrated Waste Management Specialist
Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle)
1001 I Street, PO Box 4025
Sacramento, CA 95812
Burke.Lucy at CalRecycle.ca.gov<mailto:Burke.Lucy at CalRecycle.ca.gov>
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