Domestic duck eggs: an important pathway of human exposure to PBDEs around e-waste and scrap metal processing areas in Eastern China.

@article{Labunska2013DomesticDE,
  title={Domestic duck eggs: an important pathway of human exposure to PBDEs around e-waste and scrap metal processing areas in Eastern China.},
  author={Iryna Labunska and Stuart J Harrad and D. Greenpeace Santillo and Paul H. Johnston and Lai Yun},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2013},
  volume={47 16},
  pages={9258-66}
}
Although consumption of local foods is recognized as an important pathway of human exposure to PBDEs in areas of China involved in rudimentary recycling of electronic waste (e-waste), dietary intake studies to date have not considered the contribution from consumption of duck eggs, despite being a common dietary component. Fresh duck eggs (n = 11) were collected from each of five farms located within 500 m of e-waste recycling workshops in the Wenling and Luqiao districts of Taizhou City… CONTINUE READING
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