Advanced chemical oxidation treatment of dye wastewater and

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The most likely reason for that is that specific LCI data for additives are missing to a large extent, and additive data are not included in the compound materials. Moreover, this fact is not obvious. Possibly, LCA practicioners are not aware of this gap. Additive data for the use phase and waste treatment phase are lacking as well. LCIA data for additives are also lacking. Approaches exist, however, to estimate interim characterization factors based on substance characteristics. Additives can have a significant impact in a products life cycle as shown by the case studies on plastics and printed matter/paper.

Many processes are involved in the dynamics of pollutants in the different environmental scenarios, which affects directly to leaching and degradation processes. Thus, it appears that the exposure models do not come up to the whole complexity of the real environment. Therefore, although predicted concentrations cannot replace measurements, they suppose a useful tool to choose target compounds which are important to be monitored or to point out which compound form (metabolite or parent compound) and compartments (liquid versus solid fraction) should be measured.

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