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Characterisation of sea-surface microplastics collected from coastal and inland waters of Scotland

ICEFM poster June 2018Santillo, D., Oakes, G., Labunska, I., Casado, J., Brigden, K., Thompson, K., Wang, M. & Johnston, P. (2018) Characterisation of sea-surface microplastics collected from coastal and inland waters of Scotland.  Poster presented at the 40th International Conference on Environmental and Food Monitoring, Santiago de Compostella (Spain), 18-22 June 2018

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Physical and chemical characterisation of sea‐surface microplastics collected from coastal and inland waters of Scotland in the summer of 2017

GRL-TR-01-2018Santillo, D., Oakes, G., Labunska, I, Casado, J., Brigden, K, Thompson, K., Wang, M. & Johnston, P. (2018)  Physical and chemical characterisation of sea‐surface microplastics collected from coastal and inland waters of Scotland in the summer of 2017.    Greenpeace Research Laboratories Technical Report 01‐2018: 63 pp.

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Analysis of wastewater and solid waste generated at a Flextronics manufacturing facility at Jalisco, Mexico for the presence of metals and organic chemical contaminants

 

Technical Report TR01-2017Brigden, K., Wang, M., Labunska, I. & Santillo, D. (2017) Analysis of wastewater and solid waste generated at a Flextronics manufacturing facility at Jalisco, Mexico for the presence of metals and organic chemical contaminants.  Greenpeace Research Laboratories Technical Report 01-2017: 21pp

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Chemical analysis of discharged water, and other samples associated with an explosion and fire at the Complejo Petroquimico Pajaritos PVC and related chemicals facility, Veracruz, Mexico

TR-06-2016Brigden, K., Wang, M., Labunska, I. & Santillo, D. (2016) Analysis of discharged water, water from the River Cotzacoalcos, and of soil and surface dust collected in the vicinity of the Complejo Petroquimico Pajaritos PVC and related chemicals facility, Veracruz (Mexico) for the presence of metals and organic chemical contaminants following the explosion and fire in April 2016. Greenpeace Research Laboratories Technical Report 06-2016, May 2016: 20 pp.

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Human dietary intake of organohalogen contaminants at e-waste recycling sites in Eastern China.

dietary intake paper 2014Labunska, I., Abdallah, M A.-E., Eulaers, I., Covaci, A., Tao, F., Wang, M., Santillo, D., Johnston, P. & Harrad, S. (2014). Human dietary intake of organohalogen contaminants at e-waste recycling sites in Eastern China. Environment International 74: 209-220 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.envint.2014.10.020

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Food as a major source of human exposure to PBDEs around e-waste recycling sites in eastern China.

Labunska, I., Harrad, S., Wang, M., Santillo, D. & Johnston, P. (2014) Food as a major source of human exposure to PBDEs around e-waste recycling sites in eastern China.  Platform presentation at Dioxin 2014, 34th International Symposium on Halogenated Persistent Organic Pollutants, Madrid, August 2014

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Contamination of soils and rice in the vicinity of metal smelting and processing facilities in Hunan Province, China

Brigden, K., Hetherington, S., Wang, M. & Santillo, D. (2014) Distribution of metals in soils from uncultivated land, soils from rice fields and in rice grown in the area of an industrial complex with metal smelting and processing facilities in Hunan Province, China. Greenpeace Research Laboratories Technical Report 04-2014, April 2014

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