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This document includes a draft emission scenario document (ESD) on textilemanufacturing wool mills, submitted by Canada. This document is intended to provide dditional information about the published ESD on Textile Finishing Industry[ENV/JM/MONO(2004)12].
This Guidance Document is addressed to those who are involved in risk assessment and management of chemicals called POPs (persistent organic pollutants) or PBTs (persistent and bio-accumulating toxics).It is about using multimedia models, i.e. generic evaluative models that can calculate overall environmental persistence (Pov) and potential for long-range transport (LTRP) covering multiple compartments such as air, water, sediment and
This OECD Emission Scenario Document (ESD) is intended to provide information on the sources, use patterns and release pathways of chemicals used in lubricants to assist in the estimation of releases of chemicals into the environment.
This ESD should be seen as a ‘living’ document, which provides the most updated information available. As such, an ESD can be updated to take account of changes and new information that becomes available.
Emission estimation plays a key role in the risk assessments of chemical pollutants. Emission estimation methods are used to calculate emissions by both regulatory agencies and emitting facilities in OECD member countries. The purpose of regulatory agencies is to evaluate the risk of chemical pollutants to human health and the environment based on emission estimates: the evaluation is commonly facilitated with the use of Emission
This Environment Monograph contains the report of the OECD Workshop onEnvironmental Hazard/Risk Assessment, which took place in London in May 1994. The Workshop was hosted by the Department of the Environment (DoE) of the United Kingdom.
This OECD Emission Scenario Document (ESD) is intended to provide information on the sources, use patterns and release pathways of chemicals used in the coatings industry (paints, lacquers and varnishes), to assist in the estimation of releases of chemicals into the environment.
This document contains the report of the OECD Workshop on Improving the Use of Monitoring Data in the Exposure Assessment of Industrial Chemicals, which took place in Berlin, Germany on 13th-15th May 1998. The Workshop was co-sponsored by the Federal Environment Ministry and Unweltbundesamt. Included in this report are the Workshop’s conclusions and recommendations, as well as texts from speakers at the opening plenary session and
This document includes a draft emission scenario document (ESD) on textilemanufacturing wool mills, submitted by Canada. This document is intended to provide additional information about the published ESD on Textile Finishing Industry [ENV/JM/MONO(2004)12].
This document contains guidance for using the summary exposure information reporting formats, which were developed by the OECD Ad Hoc Group on Reporting Summary Exposure Information. The objective of the work of this Ad Hoc Group is to develop flexible formats and guidance for the reporting of summary exposure information (quantitative and qualitative), which can be used in variouschemical assessment programs.