• phthalate and non-phthalate plasticizers in indoor dust

    Phthalate and non-phthalate plasticizers in indoor dust

    The estimated daily intakes of total phthalates (n = 7) by children and toddlers through indoor dust in childcare facilities were 1.6 times higher than the non-phthalate plasticizers (n = 3), whereas estimated daily intake of total non-phthalates for all age groups at homes were 1.9 times higher than the phthalate plasticizers.

  • phthalate and non-phthalate plasticizers in indoor dust

    Phthalate and non-phthalate plasticizers in indoor dust

    Non-phthalate plasticizers found (880 μg/g) in indoor dust for the first time in the USA. • Plasticizers were found in indoor dust from homes, salons, and daycares across the USA. • Estimated daily intakes in childcare found significantly higher than at homes. • Occupational exposure of non-phthalate plasticizers found 285 ng/kg-bw/day

  • phthalate and non-phthalate plasticizers in indoor dust

    Phthalate and non-phthalate plasticizers in indoor dust

    in all indoor dust from 63 childcare centers in Germany at a mean concentration of 80 mg/g and 146 mg/g, respectively (Fromme et al., 2016) This was the only study to report non-phthalate plasticizers in indoor dust. In addition, there is no report of phthalate and non-phthalate contamination in indoor dust from salons in the USA Table 1

  • phthalate and non-phthalate plasticizers in indoor dust

    Phthalate and non-phthalate plasticizers in indoor dust

    Phthalate and non-phthalate plasticizers in indoor dust from childcare facilities, salons, and homes across the USA Article in Environmental Pollution 230:701-708 · November 2017 with 192 Reads

  • phthalates, non-phthalate plasticizers and bisphenols

    Phthalates, non-phthalate plasticizers and bisphenols

    Children are exposed to a wide range of chemicals in their everyday environments, including the preschool. In this study, we evaluated the levels of phthalates, non-phthalate plasticizers and bisphenols in dust from 100 Swedish preschools and identified important exposure factors in the indoor environment.

  • phthalates, non-phthalate plasticizers and bisphenols

    Phthalates, non-phthalate plasticizers and bisphenols

    this study, we evaluated the levels of phthalates, non-phthalate plasticizers and bisphenols in dust from 100 Swedish preschoolsand identifiedimportant exposure factorsinthe indoor environment.Inaddition, children's totalexposure tothesechemicalswas determined byurineanalysis to investigate theirrelation with dust expo-

  • phthalates in indoor dust and their association with building

    Phthalates in Indoor Dust and Their Association with Building

    Larsson K, Lindh C, Jönsson B, Giovanoulis G, Bibi M, Bottai M, Bergström A and Berglund M (2017) Phthalates, non-phthalate plasticizers and bisphenols in Swedish preschool dust in relation to children's exposure, Environment International, 10.1016/j.envint.2017.02.006, 102, (114-124), Online publication date: 1-May-2017.

  • [pdf] phthalates, non-phthalate plasticizers and bisphenols

    [PDF] Phthalates, non-phthalate plasticizers and bisphenols

    Children are exposed to a wide range of chemicals in their everyday environments, including the preschool. In this study, we evaluated the levels of phthalates, non-phthalate plasticizers and bisphenols in dust from 100 Swedish preschools and identified important exposure factors in the indoor environment. In addition, children's total exposure to these chemicals was determined by urine

  • phthalate and non-phthalate plasticizers in indoor dust

    Phthalate and non-phthalate plasticizers in indoor dust

    The estimated daily intakes of total phthalates (n = 7) by children and toddlers through indoor dust in childcare facilities were 1.6 times higher than the non-phthalate plasticizers (n = 3), whereas estimated daily intake of total non-phthalates for all age groups at homes were 1.9 times higher than the phthalate plasticizers.

  • phthalates in indoor dust in kuwait: implications for non

    Phthalates in indoor dust in Kuwait: implications for non

    Phthalates are semivolatile organic compounds with a ubiquitous environmental distribution. Their presence in indoor environments is linked to their use in a variety of consumer products such as children's...

  • concentration of phthalate esters in indoor and outdoor dust

    Concentration of phthalate esters in indoor and outdoor dust

    The interest in phthalate esters (PAEs) has increased in recent years because elevated phthalate levels have been detected in environmental matrices and they have certain adverse effects on human health. Indoor dust from 90 homes and outdoor (street) dust from outside these homes were collected in Kocaeli province between February and April 2016 and analyzed for eight PAEs. The total indoor