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RIP 3.2-2 Industry testing of the draft cTGD Modifying exposure scenarios at DU level Break out session Arona meeting 30-31 August, 2007 FDLF.

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1 RIP Industry testing of the draft cTGD Modifying exposure scenarios at DU level Break out session Arona meeting August, 2007 FDLF

2 M DU Arcosolv PM Formulated product LYONDELL BRENNTAG DYRUP HEMPEL FDLF Supply chain perspective DU-formulator and their customers OCs ES SDS ES SDS ES SDS DU FORMULATOR END-USER

3 M DU ES SDS ES SDS ES SDS DU Compliance check by DU ES Keep windows and doors open during application winter 4hours 8 hours (niche business) 5% 0,5% (pregnant painters) DU Human: Environment:Emission fractions can not be related to.

4 M DU ES SDS ES SDS ES SDS DU Compliance check by DU ES DU Implement OCs from ES CSR-DU Inform ES Keep windows and doors open during application winter 4hours 8 hours (niche business) 5% 0,5% (pregnant painters) Human: Environment:Emission fractions can not be related to.

5 M DU ES SDS ES SDS ES SDS DU Compliance check by DU ES DU Use 3 Use 2 Use s preparations 100s substances …… Use n ES Overflow Delay Poor answers (CBI) Implement OCs from ES CSR-DU Inform

6 DU ES SDS ES SDS ES SDS DU Solution Give DU-formulator a tool to act competent Use x n ES Modifier DNEL/PNEC Phys.-Chem. Models RMMs for SAFE USE PEC regional DU M CEFIC Use CEPE FEICA AISE

7 ES-Modifier Prototype 1/2 GENERIC USE SCENARIO: Application of paints; adhesives; sealants and cleaning agents on surfaces Professional/Consumer In-door/Out-door Manual or Spray application +++ other OCs

8 ES-Modifier Prototype 2/2 Human exposure assessment Inhalation: Stoffenmanager (other choices possible) (Dermal inhalation) Environmental exposure assessment: EUSES Water Water, STP Soil (Excel version, RIVM/Radboud University)

9 INPUT Phys.-Chemical data DNEL/PNEC

10 INPUT USE Conditions Model parameters RMM

11 OUTPUT Exposure: Human/Env. Exposure/DNEL; PNEC +/- RMM

12 INPUT USE Conditions Model parameters RMM

13 INPUT USE Conditions Model parameters RMM

14 INPUT USE Conditions Model parameters RMM

15 INPUT USE Conditions Model parameters RMM

16 INPUT USE Conditions Model parameters RMM

17 Input parameters: Conc: 25% Professional In-door Spray with aerosols Room size < 100m3 Large surfaces No ventillation + Half mask OUTPUT Exposure: Human/Env. Exposure/DNEL; PNEC +/- RMM

18 Key feature of ES-Modifier (Complicated) exposure assessment models assessible to DU –Establish the common boundaries that DUs can move within – preferably on an EU-association level –Flexible modification of use scenario from one set of OCs to another –Standard reference for DUs potential later implementation in own IT-systems Translates expert language into an interphase understandable by DU-formulator.

19 IC: Industry Category UC: Use Category MC: Main category Lifecycle step STP Annual Production A/B tables Emission days + EUSES – calculation of PEC Concentration Emission fractions Fraction of main source PEC + PEC regional PEC local =

20 Product type User segment IC: Industry Category UC: Use Category MC: Main category Lifecycle step STP Annual Production A/B tables Product technology Emission days + +extra EUSES – calculation of PEC Concentration Emission fractions Fraction of main source Sales outlet Default valuesDU-input Can be overwritten by expert DU PEC + PEC regional PEC local =

21 M DU ES SDS ES SDS ES SDS DU Common choice of models Use x n Use ES Modifier DNEL/PNEC Phys.-Chem. Models RMMs for SAFE USE PEC regional CEFIC CEPE FEICA AISE

22 Stoffenmanager Ecetoc class: 1 (Roller/Brush) Vapour pressure Concentration Ventillation/LEV: No Duration: 8hrs Stoffenmanager > Ecetoc Stoffenmanager < Ecetoc X=Y Use: Brush application Where: In-door How: Manual Area: Medium Room: < 100 m3 # of operations: 1 Adhesives assortment – real data

23 Stoffenmanager Ecetoc class: 2 (Spray) Stoffenmanager > Ecetoc Stoffenmanager < Ecetoc X=Y Use: Spray application Vapour pressure Concentration Ventillation/LEV: No Duration: 8hrs Adhesives assortment – real data Where: In-door How: Spray w. aerosols Area: Large Room: < 100 m3 # of operations > 1

24 Conclusion Important to have an ES-modifier tool for DU- formulator Requirement: –Agreement on models across M/Is and DUs. Models should be flexible and not overly conservative. –Formalised structured parameters required to be given by supplier in ES: DNEL/PNEC; PEC regional ; Phys.-Chem. Data. –Active role by DU-branch associations on a European scale – preferably across several industry sectors. –As broad as possible to pay the cost of the validation needed between the stakeholders


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