Hazardous substances in plastics

  title={Hazardous substances in plastics},
  author={{\AA}sa Stenmarck and Elin Lundstr{\"o}m Belleza and Anna Fr{\aa}ne and Niels Busch and {\AA}ge G. Larsen and Margareta Wahlstr{\"o}m},
The aim of the project is to create knowledge on how plastics recycling can increase without increasing the risk of emitting hazardous substances to the environment.The first general conclusion is ... 

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