New health concerns over flame-retarded plastics
Unwelcome news for manufacturers of brominated flame retardants has emerged from a new study showing that one of the most widely used compounds - decabromodiphenyl ether - can accumulate in human tissue, contrary to industry claims. The study also found that recycling workers dismantling electronic equipment had levels in blood up to 70 times higher than average.
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