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Assessment factors in human health risk assessment and their associated level of safety

Abstract Human health risk assessment of chemicals requires solid information on adverse effects after long-term exposure. Because of ethical considerations, human data or even long-term studies…
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    S. Escher et al.
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    Poster
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Route to Route Extrapolation Factors  for Regulatory Risk Assessment – a Probabilistic Approach

Introduction EUROTOX 2014, 7th – 10th September 2014, Edinburgh International Conference Centre In human risk assessment any relevant exposure route (oral, inhalation and dermal) has to be…
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    K. Schröder et al.
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Update of time extrapolation factors for risk assessment –the benefit of combined databases and probabilistic analyses

Introduction In regulatory risk assessment, extrapolation factors (EFs) are used to extrapolate from experimental conditions (animal studies) to human exposure.Time extrapolation: a short time study…
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    S. Escher et al.
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Time extrapolation factors for risk assessment: are group specific extrapolation factors possible? (eTOXV)

Abstract In risk assessment time extrapolationfactors (EFs) are used when a short time study is available, but chronic exposure needs to be considered.Probabilistic analyses are needed to…
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    S. Escher et al.
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    One pager
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What contribution do detergent alcohols make to sewage discharges and the marine environment?

Abstract To investigate the potential sources for fatty alcohols arriving at a WWTP and entering the receiving waters, a study was conducted in North Wales in the catchment of the Treborth treatment…
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    S. Mudge
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    Article 46 pages
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What contribution do detergent fatty alcohols make to sewage discharges and the marine environment?

To view this specific piece of research, please visit: PUBLISHER: www.rsc.org/jem | Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 2010, 12, 1846–1856 ERASM supports open access to academic research where…
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    S. Mudge et al.
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    Paper 11 pages
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Fatty Alcohols: anthropogenic and natural occurrence in the environment

Summary There are ten chapters in the book as follows: 1 Definitions2 Biological Synthesis3 Occurrence in Biota4 Consumer and Cosmetic Product Uses and Production5 Environmental Transformations6…
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    S. Mudge et al.
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    Book 159 pages
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The effect of secondary treatment and eco-region on the environmental fate of fatty alcohol based surfactants

Abstract Samples of influent, effluent and sediments of the receiving waters of eight WWTPs were collected in each of three eco-regions of the USA, a total of 24 facilities. Six different treatment…
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    S. Mudge et al.
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    Article 10 pages
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Fingerprinting of Fatty Alcohols in Environment Samples

Introduction Fatty alcohols (Figure 1) occur in the environment from a range of natural and anthropogenic sources. Fatty alcohols are used in cosmetic and detergent formulations usually as sulphates…
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    S. Mudge & C. Eadsforth
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    1 Slide
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Types, numbers and performance of decentralized wastewater treatment plants in the EU-15

Background and objectives The ERASM project team has asked Lettinga Associates Foundation (LeAF) to offer its services within a research project that investigates the effectiveness of decentralized…
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    I. Bisschops et al.
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    Report 85 pages
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