Science Dossiers

The Science Dossiers produced by Euro Chlor's Working Groups aim to improve the understanding of a key topic related to the chlorine industry in order to support science-based decision-making.

Science Dossier 15Dossiers are often dealing with chlorinated substances, both natural and man-made, explaining their formation, fate, occurrence or breakdown in the environment.

Science Dossiers always intend to provide objective scientific information helping to improve the credibility and transparency of the chlorine industry. Many of our Science Dossiers have been the basis for peer-reviewed publications in scientific journals, written by specialists in the field.

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10-01-2017  Human health aspects of halogenated organic by-products from use of active chlorine 
12-09-2014  Aquatic environmental risk assessment of hexachlorobenzene 
01-05-2010  Environmental Safety of halogenated organic by-products from use of active chlorine 
01-02-2009  The Origin and fate of mercury species in the environment 
01-01-2009  Metallic Mercury  - The biological effects of long-time, low to moderate exposures
01-07-2007  Biodegradability of chlorinated aromatic compounds 
01-07-2007  Pentachlorobenzene  - Sources, environmental fate and risk characterization
01-04-2006  Long-Range Transport of Chemicals in the Environment 
01-01-2005  Hexachlorobenzene  - Sources, environmental fate and
01-12-2004  Biodegradability of chlorinated solvents and related chlorinated aliphatic compounds 
01-11-2004  Euro Chlor workshop on soil chlorine chemistry:  - Workshop proceedings
01-10-2004  Hexachlorobutadiene  - Sources, environmental fate and risk characterisation
01-10-2004  Natural Organohalogens 
01-11-2003  How chlorine in molecules affects biological activity 
20-03-2003  Trichloroacetic acid in the environment 
01-01-2003  Dioxins and furans in the environment 
29-05-2002  Chloroform in the environment  - Occurrence, sources, sinks and effects