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Cosmet'eau -Changes in the personal care product consumption practices: from whistle-blowers to impacts on aquatic environments

Anthony Marconi
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Pascale Neveu
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Laurent Paulic
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Abstract

The Cosmet'eau project (2015-2018) investigates the " changes in the personal care product (PCP) consumption practices: from whistle-blowers to impacts on aquatic environments. " In this project, the example of PCPs will be used to understand how public health concerns related to micropollutants can be addressed by public authorities – including local authorities –, industries and consumers. The project aims to characterize the possible changes in PCP consumption practices and to evaluate the impact of their implementation on aquatic contamination. Our goals are to study the whistle-blowers, the risk perception of consumers linked with their practices and the contamination in parabens and their substitutes, triclosan and triclocarban from wastewater to surface water. The project investigates the following potential solutions: modifications of industrial formulation or changes in consumption practices. The final purpose is to provide policy instruments for local authorities aiming at building effective strategies to fight against micropollutants in receiving waters.
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hal-01348249 , version 1 (22-07-2016)

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Adèle Bressy, Catherine Carré, Émilie Caupos, Bernard de Gouvello, José-Frédéric Deroubaix, et al.. Cosmet'eau -Changes in the personal care product consumption practices: from whistle-blowers to impacts on aquatic environments. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2016, 23 (13), pp.13581-13584. ⟨10.1007/s11356-016-6794-y⟩. ⟨hal-01348249⟩
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