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Non-combustible air fresheners tested in an experimental house : exposure and health risk assessment

Abstract : Air fresheners constitute one of the specific indoor emission sources of air pollutants. Potential associated health risks need to be further understood. As part of the PRESSENS research project, and in order to contribute to the French National Plan on Indoor Air Quality, an exposure and health risk assessment was performed for two types of widely used non- combustible air fresheners – sprays and (passive or active) diffusers; including liquids, gels and oils – in order to evaluate whether household uses could be a matter of concern.
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Guillaume Karr, Mélanie Nicolas, Etienne Quivet, Nathalie Velly, Martine Ramel. Non-combustible air fresheners tested in an experimental house : exposure and health risk assessment. 16th Conference of the International Society of Indoor Air Quality & Climate (Indoor Air 2020), International Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate (ISIAQ), Nov 2020, Online, South Korea. ⟨ineris-03319968⟩

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