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Bisphenol A in relined pipes

Assignment to carry out a survey regarding to what extent bisphenol A is released in drinking water from relined pipes.

The assignment shall be carried out in co-operation with the Swedish National Board of Housing, Building and Planning and the National Food Agency and the a final report is to be presented on 15 December 2013. A first report shall be presented on 15 September 2012.

KemI Report 7/13: Emission of bisphenol A (BPA) from restored drinking water pipes. Report of a government assignment. English summary on page 9.

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2013-12-18
Created
2012-04-23
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  • BPA -

    Bisphenol A, also called 4,4'-dihydroxi-2,2-diphenylenylpropane and BPA, is one of the world´s most common plastic chemicals. BPA is an organic compound where two phenyl molecules are bound to the same coal in a propane chain.

  • Government assignment -

    Governmental instructions or assignment to conduct an investigation.

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