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The less than or equal to 1 ug/m3 PCBs in air is the NIOSH-recommended exposure limit (1), and less than or equal to 0.5 ug/100 cm2 on surfaces is the reoccupancy guideline for the New Mexico State Highway Department Building, Santa Fe, as developed in 1985 by the Governor's Expert Advisory Panel and accepted by the New Jersey Department of Health (2).