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  • 1. Haug, Line Småstuen
    et al.
    Thomsen, Cathrine
    Sakhi, Amrit Kaur
    Chemical exposure via the environment: Report from a NEXPO Workshop on human exposure to chemicals via the environment2017Report (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
    Abstract [en]

    Humans are exposed directly to chemicals in occupational settings and as consumers, but also indirectly due to contamination of the environment through air, food and drinking water. The report is the final product of a workshop in Oslo 2017 organised by the Nordic Exposure Group (NEXPO) in close cooperation with the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA). The report includes a summary of the presentations given at the workshop, a list of available resources, the discussion points raised in the groups and plenary as well as the recommendations for improvements in guidance and tools for future assessments. The recommendations particularly point out a need for extending the ECHA guidance on Humans exposed indirectly via the environment.

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  • 2. Heijkenskjöld, Lolo
    Articles treated with antibacterial agents: Outline of a strategy to reduce unjustified use2014Book (Other academic)
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    Do we need antibacterial garbage bags? A wide range of antibacterial consumer articles can be found on the Internet. Mostly there is no information on the antibacterial agents used or on their efficacy. Does this relate to bacterial resistance to antibiotics? The release of antibacterial agents from these articles creates a constant low exposure for microorganisms. This may help accelerating the development of bacterial resistance. Important research is on-going. Can we know if an article contains antibacterial agents? New rules in EU legislation apply for treated articles. When implemented, information will be given if an article is treated for antibacterial effects and the claimed effects will be substantiated. An outline for a strategy to prevent unjustified antibacterial articles was elaborated at a Nordic workshop, initiated by the Swedish presidency of the Nordic Council of Ministers.

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  • 3. Kjeldsen, Ulrik Boe
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    Wied, Morten
    Lange, Peter
    Tofteng, Maja
    Lindgaard, Kasper
    The Nordic Swan and companies: – Is it worthwhile to acquire the Swan Label?2014Book (Other academic)
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    The purpose of the analysis is to study the implications it can have for a company to acquire the Swan License. The analysis takes a broad focus and investigates the following three themes:

    •The motivation for companies to acquire the Swan Label.

    •The implementation of the Swan Label.

    •The impact of acquiring the Swan Label.

    The project aims at doing this by performing company visits to 16 companies from the five Nordic countries representing different company sizes and sectors. The project is commissioned by the Swan group under the Working Group for Sustainable Consumption and Production group (HKP gruppen) of the Nordic Council of Ministers. The analysis is conducted by DAMVAD with expert assistance from Åke Thidell, Lund University.

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