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- polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxin
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Figure 3.8 shows modelling results of the distribution of polychlorodibenzodioxins (PCDD) emissions and deposition in Europe for 2003.
Fig 3.8 PCDD (dioxine) in the atmosphere and deposition, 2003 .
Report of the Working Group of the WHO on Evaluation of Health Risks individuals exposed children with PCDD, PCDF and PCB, Chemosphere 1998 37 9-12: p.
Published studies have shown that the chemical reaction in an environment with water, sunlight, chlorine, and triclosan, can result in the formation of chloroform or possibly toxic PCDD/Fs. The presentation will provide results from
TestAmerica's study linking the association between triclosan and PCDD/F concentrations under various conditions, using water samples from the Sacramento, CA area.
Lucot, P. M. Badot, et al., “A municipal solid waste incinerator as the single dominant point source of PCDD/Fs in an area of increased non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma incidence,” Chemosphere vol. 68, no. 8, 2007, pp.1419–26; T.
More information: "Elevated PCDD/F Levels and Distinctive PCDD/F Congener Profiles in Free Range Eggs", Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.