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dc.contributor.authorBremmer HJ
dc.contributor.authorBooij H
dc.date.accessioned2012-12-12T19:34:18Z
dc.date.available2012-12-12T19:34:18Z
dc.date.issued1995-02-28
dc.identifier601014005
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10029/260117
dc.description.abstractHet doel van het onderzoek is vast te stellen in hoeverre PCB's worden geemitteerd bij processen waarbij ook emissies van dioxinen optreden. Met name de relatie tussen de emissies van PCB's en dioxinen is daarbij van belang. Omdat er een relatie bestaat tussen de emissie van PCB's en dioxinen, als beiden worden uitgedrukt in toxische equivalenten, kan uitgaande van de emissie van dioxinen een schatting worden gemaakt van de emissie van de op dioxinen lijkende PCB's in Nederland. Het gaat hier alleen om emissies bij processen waarbij PCB's kunnen worden gevormd. Secundaire bronnen, waarbij b.v. PCB's emitteren uit materialen waarin ze voorkomen, zijn niet in het onderzoek betrokken.
dc.description.abstractDioxins may be produced in combustion and industrial processes in which a chlorine as well as a carbon source are present. The aim of this research was to establish if PCBs are emitted in processes in which dioxin emissions also occur. Of special importance is the relationship between the two emissions. In twenty extracts used previously for dioxin analysis, PCBs were determined in the framework of the analysis in this research. Besides PCBs, similar in structure and toxicity to dioxins, "indicator PCBs" were chosen for analysis. From the results of the analysis a relationship between the emissions of PCBs and dioxins appeared to exist when expressed in toxic equivalents. When the emission was not expressed in toxic equivalents but in mass quantities, no correlation could be shown. The emission of dioxin-like PCBs in the Netherlands can be estimated because of the correlation between the PCB and dioxin emissions expressed in toxic equivalents. This is valid for emissions of PCBs in processes leading to the production of PCBs. Secondary sources, for instance, emissions from materials containing PCBs, are not included in this study.
dc.description.sponsorshipDGM/SVS
dc.format.extent46 p
dc.language.isonl
dc.relation.ispartofRIVM Rapport 601014005
dc.relation.urlhttp://www.rivm.nl/bibliotheek/rapporten/601014005.html
dc.subject09nl
dc.subjectpcben
dc.subjectdioxineen
dc.subjectemissieen
dc.subjectindicator-pcb'sen
dc.subjectavien
dc.subjectpcb-teqen
dc.titleEmissies van PCB's in relatie tot Dioxine-emissiesnl
dc.title.alternativeEmissions of PCBs related to Dioxin-emissionsen
dc.typeReport
dc.contributor.departmentLAE.
dc.date.updated2012-12-12T19:34:19Z
html.description.abstractHet doel van het onderzoek is vast te stellen in hoeverre PCB's worden geemitteerd bij processen waarbij ook emissies van dioxinen optreden. Met name de relatie tussen de emissies van PCB's en dioxinen is daarbij van belang. Omdat er een relatie bestaat tussen de emissie van PCB's en dioxinen, als beiden worden uitgedrukt in toxische equivalenten, kan uitgaande van de emissie van dioxinen een schatting worden gemaakt van de emissie van de op dioxinen lijkende PCB's in Nederland. Het gaat hier alleen om emissies bij processen waarbij PCB's kunnen worden gevormd. Secundaire bronnen, waarbij b.v. PCB's emitteren uit materialen waarin ze voorkomen, zijn niet in het onderzoek betrokken.
html.description.abstractDioxins may be produced in combustion and industrial processes in which a chlorine as well as a carbon source are present. The aim of this research was to establish if PCBs are emitted in processes in which dioxin emissions also occur. Of special importance is the relationship between the two emissions. In twenty extracts used previously for dioxin analysis, PCBs were determined in the framework of the analysis in this research. Besides PCBs, similar in structure and toxicity to dioxins, "indicator PCBs" were chosen for analysis. From the results of the analysis a relationship between the emissions of PCBs and dioxins appeared to exist when expressed in toxic equivalents. When the emission was not expressed in toxic equivalents but in mass quantities, no correlation could be shown. The emission of dioxin-like PCBs in the Netherlands can be estimated because of the correlation between the PCB and dioxin emissions expressed in toxic equivalents. This is valid for emissions of PCBs in processes leading to the production of PCBs. Secondary sources, for instance, emissions from materials containing PCBs, are not included in this study.


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