Ambient Water Quality Guidelines for Diisopropanolamine (DIPA)
Overview ReportMicroform - 2003
This document is one of a series that establishes ambient water quality guidelines for British Columbia. The introduction summarizes the properties of diisopropanolamine (DIPA), an organic chemical used in a wide variety of commercial, industrial, & household applications, and reviews the literature on the toxicology of DIPA. The document then sets guidelines for DIPA to protect source water for drinking, freshwater aquatic life, recreation, crop irrigation, and livestock watering. The rationale for the maximum DIPA concentration limits set in the guidelines is also explained. The final section describes application of the guidelines.
Publisher: Victoria : Ministry of Water, Land & Air Protection, Water, Air & Climate Change Branch, Water Protection Section, 2003
Description: 6 p
Branch Call Number: MF BC-DOC 105-00840