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NanoFASE- Nanomaterial FAte and Speciation in the Environment
Claus Svendsen
Susana Loureiro
Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programm
2015-09-01 - 2019-08-31 (48)
EC - European Commission
278200 €
9954476 €
Natural Environment Research Council, CEH, UK

Universidade de Aveiro
1 Natural Environment Research Council (NERC), UK
2 The University ff Birmingham, UK
3 Acondicionamiento Tarrasense Associacion (LEITAT), Spain
4 Eidgenoessische Anstalt Fuer Wasserversorgung Abwasserreinigung Und
Gewaesserschutz (EAWAG), Switzerland
5 Institut fur Energie und Umwelttechnik EV – (IUTA), Germany
6 Goeteborgs Universitet (UGOT), Sweden
7 Universitat Wien (UNIVIE), Austria
8 Wageningen University (WU), Netherlands
9 The Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of the University of Oxford (UOXF), UK
10 European Virtual Institute for Integrated Risk Management (EU-VRi), Germany
11 Pinturas Hempel SA, Spain
12 Promethean Particles LTD, UK
13 Technicka Univerzita Vliberci (TUL), Czech Republic
14 FCC Construccion SA (FCCCO), Spain
15 Przedsiebiorstwo Amepox SP ZOO AXME, Poland
16 Inotex Spol Sro ITEX, Czech Republic
17 Applied Nanoparticles SL (AppNano), Spain
18 Eidgenoessische Materialpruefungs-und Forschungsanstalt (EMPA), Switzerland
19 Institut National De L’environnement Et Des Risques (INERIS), France
20 ETSS, GOTTSCHALK & CO.KOLLEKTIVGESELLSCHAFT ETSS, Switzerland
21 Nederlandse Organisatie Voor Toegepast Natuurwetenschappelijk Onderzoek (TNO), Netherlands
22 Rijksinstituut Voor Volksgezondheiden Milieu*National Institute For Public Health And The Environmenten (RIVM), Netherlands
23 Universite De Geneve (UNIGE), Switzerland
24 Malvern Instruments LTD (MIL), United Kingdom
25 University of Plymouth (UOP), United Kingdom
26 Univerza V Ljubljani (UNI-Lj), Slovenia
27 Stichting (VU-Vumc), Netherlands
28 Universidade de Aveiro (UAVR), Portugal
29 Stichting Dienst Landbouwkundig Onderzoek Rikilt, Netherlands
30 Universita Ca' Foscari Venezia UNIVE, Italy
31 Pensoft Publishers Ltd, Bulgaria
32 Institut Symlog, France
33 GBP Consulting Ltd, UK

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NanoFASE will deliver an integrated Exposure Assessment Framework, including methods, parameter values, model and guidance that will allow Industry to assess the full diversity of industrial nano-enabled products to a standard acceptable in regulatory registrations. Methods to assess how use phases, waste streams and environmental compartments (air, soil, water biota) act as “reactors” in modifying and transporting ENMs will be developed and used to derive parameter values. Our nanospecific models will be integrated with the existing multi-media fate model SimpleBox4Nano for use in EUSES and also develop into a flexible multi-media model for risk assessment at different scales and complexities. Information on release form, transformation and transport processes for product relevant ENMs will allow grouping into Functional Fate Groups according to their “most probable” fate pathways as a contribution to safe-by-design based on fate.


http://www.nanofase.eu/

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