Phthalate and non-phthalate plasticizers in indoor dust from childcare facilities

Phthalate and non-phthalate plasticizers in indoor dust from childcare facilities

Phthalate and non-phthalate plasticizers in indoor dust from childcare facilities, salons, and homes

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. • Phthalate and non-phthalate plasticizers in indoor dust from childcare facilities, 10/7/2019 · Phthalate and non-phthalate plasticizers in indoor dust from childcare facilities, salons, and homes across the USA* Bikram Subedi a, *, Kenneth D. Sullivan a, Birendra Dhungana b a Department of Chemistry, Murray State University, Murray, KY, , United States

Phthalate and non-phthalate plasticizers in indoor dust from childcare facilities, salons, and homes

The mean concentrations of non-phthalate plasticizers [acetyl tri-n-butyl citrate (ATBC), di-(2-ethylhexyl) adipate (DEHA), and diisobutyl adipate (DIBA)] were found at 0.51e880 mg/g for the first time in indoor dust samples from childcare facilities, homes, and and Exposure Risk Assessment of Non-phthalate Plasticiz 1/8/2021 · Phthalate and non-phthalate plasticizers in indoor dust from childcare facilities, salons, and homes across the USA. Subedi B, Sullivan KD, Dhungana B Environ Pollut, 230:701-708, 17 Jul 2017 Cited by: 8 articles | PMID:

Phthalates in Indoor Dust and Their Association

1/10/2005 · Phthalates in Indoor Dust and Their Association with Building Characteristics Carl-Gustaf Bornehag, Björn Lundgren Bergström A and Berglund M (2017) Phthalates, non-phthalate plasticizers and bisphenols in Swedish preschool dust in relation to children's, and Exposure Risk Assessment of Non-phthalate Plasticiz 1/8/2021 · Phthalate and non-phthalate plasticizers in indoor dust from childcare facilities, salons, and homes across the USA. Subedi B, Sullivan KD, Dhungana B Environ Pollut, 230:701-708, 17 Jul 2017 Cited by: 8 articles | PMID:

Exposure to plasticizers in German daycare centers: the LUPE

non-phthalate plasticizers in daycare centers in Germany (see Table 1). Overall, 19 plasticizers were quantified in the indoor air and settled dust and 14 primary and secondary metabolites of these substances were measured in the urine of Occurrence of legacy and alternative plasticizers in indoor Plasticizers are a category of chemicals extensively used in consumer products and, consequently, their presence is ubiquitous in the indoor environment. In the present study, an analytical method has been developed for the quantification of plasticizers (7 legacy phthalate esters (LPEs) and 14 alte …

Occurrence of legacy and alternative plasticizers in indoor

Plasticizers are a category of chemicals extensively used in consumer products and, consequently, their presence is ubiquitous in the indoor environment. In the present study, an analytical method has been developed for the quantification of plasticizers (7 legacy phthalate esters (LPEs) and 14 alte … Non-phthalate plasticizers in German daycare centers and human biomonitoring of DINCH metabolites in 1/1/2016 · Overall, eight non-dialkyl-ortho-phthalate plasticizers were, respectively, measured in the indoor air and settled dust of 63 daycare centers (see Table 1). Furthermore, the concentrations of the four DINCH metabolites were quantified in the urine of 208 children attending 27 of these daycare centers.

Phthalates, non-phthalate plasticizers and bisphenols in Swe

Abstract 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 Occurrence of legacy and current-use plasticizers in indoor 1. Subedi et al., 2017. Phthalate and non- phthalate plasticizers in indoor dust from child care facilities, salons and homes across the USA. Environmental Pollution, 230, 701-708. 2. Larsson et al., 2017. Phthalate and non- phthalate plasticizers and bisphenols

Occurrence of legacy and current-use plasticizers in indoor

1. Subedi et al., 2017. Phthalate and non- phthalate plasticizers in indoor dust from child care facilities, salons and homes across the USA. Environmental Pollution, 230, 701-708. 2. Larsson et al., 2017. Phthalate and non- phthalate plasticizers and bisphenols Phthalates in indoor dust in Kuwait: implications for non‐di 5/8/2012 · Noof Nayef Al_Qasmi, Hussain Al-Thaiban, Murad I. H. Helaleh, Indoor phthalates from household dust in Qatar: implications for non-dietary human exposure, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 10.1007/s-018-3604-8, (2018).

Analysis and health risk assessment of phthalate esters (PAE

25/6/2021 · Subedi B, Sullivan K, Dhungana B (2017) Phthalate and non-phthalate plasticizers in indoor dust from childcare facilities, salons, and homes across the USA. Environ Pollut 230:701–708 CAS Google Scholar Summary of Indoor Air Phthalate Detection Frequencies and Background Phthalates were detected in various environments due to their widespread application. In this study, indoor dust samples from 94 buildings, including 72 residences and

Phthalate exposure and risk assessment in California child

We measured five phthalate esters in indoor dust (n = 39) and indoor and outdoor air (n = 40 and 14, respectively) at ECE facilities in Northern California. Dust and airborne concentrations were used to perform a probabilistic health risk assessment to compare estimated exposures with risk levels established for chemicals causing reproductive toxicity and cancer under California's Proposition 65. Analysis and health risk assessment of phthalate esters (PAE 25/6/2021 · Subedi B, Sullivan K, Dhungana B (2017) Phthalate and non-phthalate plasticizers in indoor dust from childcare facilities, salons, and homes across the USA. Environ Pollut 230:701–708 CAS Google Scholar

apportionment, and health risk assessment of phthalate

12/2/2021 · Background Phthalates were detected in various environments due to their widespread application. In this study, indoor dust samples from 94 buildings, including 72 residences and 22 dormitories, were collected in seven geographical regions in China and analyzed for eight phthalate esters (PAEs). Investigation of contamination profiles, geographical distribution, sources, and risks of PAEs in Analysis and health risk assessment of phthalate esters (PAE Investigations into the carcinogenic and non-carcinogenic hazard of phthalate esters in the dust obtained from 21 schools in Tehran, in 2019 are helpful in understanding the main ways of exposure to PAEs and providing a science-based framework for the future attempts for mitigating the PAEs indoor emissions. Individuals spend a lot of time indoors; thus they are generally exposed to phthalates