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Home  > News Archive > Chemicals linked to Parkinson's disease
 

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Chemicals linked to Parkinson's disease

01.12.2011

There have been recent press announcements regarding published research confirming the link between workplace use of Trichloroethylene (TCE) with an increased risk of Parkinson's disease.
 

TCE has been used as a degreasing solvent for many years despite its link to the disease. Perchloretylene (PERC) and Dichloromethane (CCL4) were tested and also showed a strong link with the disease.
 

However, please be reassured that no products sold by Cleenol contain these solvents and it is not our intention to ever include them in our formulations.