Phthalate concentrations in Europe

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Measured concentrations of phthalates (DEHP, BBzP, DIDP and DINP) in indoor air and dust, and consumer products (only cosmetics for now) for several European countries.



Collected from literature, mainly measured values.



ug/g or ug/m3



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Needs to be completed

  1. Wormuth M. et al. 2006. What are the sources of exposure to eight frequently used phthalic acid esters in Europeans? Risk Analysis 26:803-824.
  2. Koniecki D. wt al. 2011. Phthalates in cosmetic and personal care products: Concentrations and possible dermal exposure. Environmental Research 111:329-336
  3. Fromme et al., 2008
  4. Weschler et al.,1984, cited in RAR BBzP
  5. Research Institute for Chromatography, 2000 (cited in RAR DIDP)
  6. RAR DIDP, 2003
  7. California EPA, 1992, cited in RAR BBzP
  8. Butte et al., 2008
  9. Kersten and Reich, 2003
  10. Nagorka et al,.2005
  11. Abb et al., 2009
  12. Langer et al. 2010
  13. Kolarik et al,2008
  14. Bornehag et al.2005
  15. Clausen et al. 2003
  16. Becker et al.2004
  17. Bergh et al. 2010. Organophosphate and phthalate exters in air and settled dust - a multi-location indoor study. Indoor Air 21:67-76.

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Phthalate concentrations in Europe. Opasnet . [1]. Accessed 07 Dec 2022.