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Title: A review of prioritisation methodologies for screening chemicals with potential human health effects as a result of low-level exposure
Authors: Troisi, G
Duarte-Davidson, R
Keywords: Risk;Chemicals
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: Medical Research Council
Citation: MRC Institute for Environment and Health, Leicester, Web Report W13, Apr 2004
Series/Report no.: Web Report W13
Abstract: Environmental chemicals are substances present in the environment as a result of human action, intentional or unintentional. They may be natural or anthropogenic in origin and organic or inorganic (Mücke et al., 1986). This definition covers over 100 000 industrially used substances that are currently listed worldwide, and many preparations and mixtures, amounting altogether to several hundred million tonnes being emitted into the environment each year (Mücke et al., 1986). Several hundred new substances are added annually.
Description: Copyright @ MRC Institute for Environment and Health, 2004
URI: http://bura-test.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/9181
ISBN: 1 899110 75 5
Appears in Collections:Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Dept of Mechanical Aerospace and Civil Engineering Research Papers

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