A Burning Issue
Legacy flame retardants (FRs), emerging FRs and dioxins are all infiltrating our environment. How are they linked and how should we assess their impact on human and environmental health?
Martin Rose |
sponsored by Thermo Fisher Scientific
Flame retardants (FRs) have been used for decades to help prevent death and injury from fires, but it is clear that some of these compounds are entering the environment and food chain. I believe that FRs – legacy and emerging – and dioxins should not be considered in isolation. Instead, a holistic approach is needed.
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