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A man walking in a water stream
Often, individual chemicals are impossible to measure as the concentration is too low. Still they are contributing to the combined chemical cocktail. Modelling can be a solution to this problem. The image is from an analyse done outside Stenungsund.
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Can we model the emission and risk of Swedish consumer chemicals released to surface water?

Sustainability and environment

All chemicals released into surface water together form co-incidental mixtures with an unknown risk associated with them. In many instances, the individual chemicals are impossible to measure as they are present at concentrations well below their limit of detection, while still contributing to the total mixture risk. This seminar will use a recently submitted study on chemical released by Swedish consumers as a backdrop and discuss the possibilities, limitations, problems and potential solutions in the chemical emission modelling process.

Seminar
Date
25 Feb 2021
Time
08:30 - 10:00
Location
Zoom, link will be sent out in the confirmation of registration.
Cost
Free of charge

Participants
Mikael Gustavsson, FRAM Researcher, Mathematical Sciences at Chalmers University of Technology and the University of Gothenburg
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Organizer
FRAM Centre for Future Chemical Risk Analysis and Management