USGS Science on Coal-Tar-Based Sealcoat and Environmental and Human Health
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DuPage River Salt Creek Workgroup and Center for Mission and Identity at Benedictine University announce a presentation on Coal-Tar-Based Sealcoat and Environmental and Human Health by United States Geologic Survey Research Hydrologist Barbara Mahler. Coal-tar-based sealcoat is commonly used to protect and beautify the asphalt pavement of driveways, parking lots and playgrounds. The presentation is open to the public. Call Terri Treacy at 618-521-1030 with any questions. A map of Benedictine’s campus can be found online. Kindlon Hall is #11 and the parking garage is #19 on the map.