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Effects of storage temperature and duration on release of

Effects of storage temperature and duration on release of antimony and bisphenol A from polyethylene terephthalate drinking water bottles of China Ying-Ying Fan a Jian-Lun Zheng a Jing-Hua Ren a Jun Luo a Xin-Yi Cui a * Lena Q Ma a b *

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Antimony

According to the EPA antimony has been found to cause nausea vomiting and diarrhea when people are exposed to antimony at levels above the MCL for relatively short periods of time No reliable data is available concerning health risks from long-term exposeure to antimony in drinking water Antimony is a human carginogen

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Drinking water

1-2-2018High quality safe and sufficient drinking water is essential for our daily life for drinking and food preparation We also use it for many other purposes such as washing cleaning hygiene or watering our plants The European Union has a history of over 30 years of drinking water policy This

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GUIDELINES FOR DRINKING

GUIDELINES FOR DRINKING-WATER QUALITY 306 History of guideline development The 1958 1963 and 1971 WHO International Standards for Drinking-waterdid not refer to antimony In the first edition of the Guidelines for Drinking-water Quality published in 1984 it was concluded that no action was required for antimony A

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Antimony in Drinking

Antimony in Drinking-water Background document for development of WHO Guidelines for Drinking-water Quality is an update of the background document published in the second edition of the Guidelines The update was prepared by Prof Hermann H Dieter Umweltbundesamt (Federal Environment Agency) Germany to whom special thanks are due

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Investigation of antimony cobalt and acetaldehyde

Antimony cobalt and acetaldehyde migration into the drinking water (PET bottled) was tracked for every 2 months through a year Migration of these compounds rose with increased storage time at 20C The highest amounts of migrated compounds were observed in 0 5 L (smallest) of PET bottles

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Antimony leaching from polyethylene terephthalate (PET

Antimony Drinking water Polyethylene terephthalate abstract Antimony is a regulated contaminant that poses both acute and chronic health effects in drinking water Previous reports suggest that polyethylene terephthalate (PET) plastics used for water bottles in Europe and Canada leach antimony but no studies on bottled water in

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Ontario Drinking Water Parameter Limits and Descriptions

and surface water including those used as sources of drinking water Antimony 0 006 mg/L MAC Antimony may enter the aquatic environment by way of natural weathering of rocks runoff from soils effluents from mining and manufacturing operations and industrial and municipal leachate discharges

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Inorganic Compounds

CONTAMINANTS IN WATER Drinking water including bottled water may reasonably be expected to contain at least small amounts of some contaminants The presence of contaminants does not necessarily indicate that water poses a health risk More information about contaminants and potential health effects can be obtained by

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Antimony leaching from polyethylene terephthalate

Antimony is a regulated contaminant that poses both acute and chronic health effects in drinking water Previous reports suggest that polyethylene terephthalate (PET) plastics used for water bottles in Europe and Canada leach antimony but no studies on bottled water in the United States have previously been conducted

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Antimony – Ground Water Drinking Water

1 What is antimony? 2 What are the uses for antimony? 3 What are antimony's health effects? 4 What are EPA's drinking water regulations for antimony? 5 How does antimony get into my drinking water? 6 How will I know if antimony is in my drinking water? 7 How will antimony be removed from my drinking water? 8

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Drinking Water Parameters

drinking water is from its dissolution into groundwater from naturally occurring ores and minerals Arsenic has been shown to have significant health effects in some parts of the world (e g Bangladesh) Arsenic is one of the few substances shown to cause cancer in humans through consumption of drinking water and there is overwhelming evidence

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Determination of antimony in water

Second we determined antimony concentrations in bottled beverages including bottled water soft drinks juices and alcoholic drinks from Canada The results showed that the antimony in most of these samples were below the Health Canada Guideline (6 μg/L) for drinking water except one alcoholic drink which contains 7 μg/L antimony

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Antimony Poisoning

17-8-2017Given how the inside of lead pipes calcify quickly forming a barrier between the poisonous lead and the drinking water flowing through the pipe antimony might have been the real culprit in bringing down one of the world's great civilizations said Kaare Lund Rasmussen a study co-author and an expert in archaeological chemistry at the

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[PDF] Public Health Goal for ANTIMONY in Drinking

16-9-2019This Public Health Goal (PHG) technical support document provides information on health effects from contaminants in drinking water PHGs are developed for chemical contaminants based on the best available toxicological data in the scientific literature These documents and the analyses contained in them provide estimates of the

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Arsenic and antimony removal from drinking water by

Arsenic and antimony removal from drinking water by point-of-entry reverse osmosis coupled with dual plumbing distribution U S EPA demonstration project at Carmel Elementary School in Carmel ME final performance evaluation report

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7 How will antimony be removed from my drinking

Ground Water Drinking Water Fact Sheets Antimony 7 How will antimony be removed from my drinking water? The following treatment method(s) have proven to be effective for removing antimony to below 0 006 mg/L or 6 ppb Antimony 7 How will antimony be removed from my drinking water?

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Arsenic and antimony removal from drinking water by

Request PDF on ResearchGate | Arsenic and antimony removal from drinking water by adsorption on granular ferric oxide | Arsenic and antimony occur in drinking water due to natural weathering or anthropogenic activities There has been growing concern about their impact on health The aim of this study was to assess the efficiency of a granular

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EWG Tap Water Database

The health guideline of 1 ppb for antimony was defined by the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment as a public health goal the level of a drinking water contaminant that does not pose a significant health risk This health guideline protects against change to the stomach and intestines

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Effects of storage temperature and time of antimony

Abstract Antimony (Sb) concentrations were measured in 10 brands of PET bottled drinking water available in supermarkets in China To simulate general storage habits based on market research these PET bottles with drinking water were stored for 4 weeks in a lab or a car trunk during the summer

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Arsenic antimony and Leishmania has arsenic

We aimed to test the hypothesis that exposure to arsenic in drinking water in this region has resulted in antimony-resistant Leishmania parasites METHODS L donovani parasites were serially passaged in mice exposed to environmentally relevant concentrations of arsenic in drinking water

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Common Drinking Water Contaminants

Antimony is a known/potential drinking water human carcinogen (Federal Limit 0 006 mg/L) Arsenic (As) Arsenic is a known human carcinogen (Federal Limit 0 010 mg/L) Barium (Ba) Symptoms of barium poisoning include increased blood pressure changes in heart rhythm stomach irritation and

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Antimony in Drinking Water

Antimony occurs naturally in small amounts in several minerals in the earth's crust is used in various manufacturing processes and is present in plumbing solder It can enter drinking water as a result of the weathering of rocks and soils from wastewater from some manufacturing processes or by leaching from solder in plumbing joints It is

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Antimony (Sb)

Human exposure to antimony can take place by breathing air drinking water and eating foods that contain it but also by skin contact with soil water and other substances that contain it Breathing in antimony that is bound to hydrogen in the gaseous phase is what mainly causes the health effects

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Antimony Barium and Beryllium

sources of contamination in drinking water include petroleum refinery discharge fire retardants ceramics electronics and solder The US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) has set a drinking water standard of 0 006 mg/L for antimony in public drinking water

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Drinking water quality guidelines Australia

Australian Drinking Water Guidelines 2004 value Consideration for guideline value Notes Antimony 0 003 mg/L Health Drinking water supplies around Australia have not been routinely monitored for antimony and so it is not possible to compare reported exceedences with

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ISDH Indiana Certified Drinking Water Chemistry

22-8-2016Indiana Certified Drinking Water Chemistry Laboratories CERTIFIED DRINKING WATER CHEMISTRY LABORATORIES IN INDIANA August 22 2016 * Lab does not accept samples from the public Antimony arsenic barium beryllium cadmium chromium mercury nickel selenium

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Potassium antimony tartrate

Male and Sprague-Dawley rats (127-135 g body weight 15 animals per group) were exposed to a soluble trivalent antimony salt potassium antimony tartrate in drinking water at concentrations of 0 5 5 50 and 500 ppm for 13 wk Control rats received tap water as drinking water

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Drinking Water Contaminants

19-1-2017EPA identifies contaminants to regulate in drinking water to protect public health The Agency sets regulatory limits for the amounts of certain contaminants in water provided by public water systems These contaminant standards are required by the Safe Drinking Water

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antimony drinking efforts

Antimony compounds are also used to make some types of plastics glass pigments and electronic components Get Price WATER QUALITY REPORT Midland TX information about your drinking water and the efforts made by the water system to provide safe drinking water Drinking water including bottled water may reasonably be Antimony 2016 6 6

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(PDF) Investigation of Antimony Cobalt and Acetaldehyde

Off-odors in the drinking water were due to the migration of various compounds such as acetaldehyde and other NIASs from PET bottle into the drinking water In addition acetaldehyde amounts were ranged from 0 to 140 g/ L in all drinking waters and some acetaldehyde values were above the taste threshold of 15 g/ L

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Scientists find antimony in juice above EU drinking

18-2-2010Looking at 42 juice drinks from 16 different brands the scientists found antimony concentrations above EU limits for drinking water in eight products The scientists said there are no previous reports of beverages exceeding this limit exist although no antimony limits exist for foodstuffs so no legislation has been broken

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Antimony

antimony concentrations in drinking water have been compiled and submitted in a report (in 2007) The result from this report showed that the extent of these surveys was highly variable ranging from only a few data points in most studies to approximately one thousand in one case

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DRINKING WATER INSPECTORATE

science behind the setting of health based standards for drinking water and this expert evidence is documented by the World Health Organisation in the Guidelines for Drinking Water Quality You can look up all the background information to standards of water safety The legal standards here in the UK are those which are set in Europe in the

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