The fragranced products phenomenon: air quality and health, science and policy
Source TitleAir Quality, Atmosphere and Health
University of Melbourne Author/sSteinemann, Anne
Document TypeJournal Article
CitationsSteinemann, A. (2021). The fragranced products phenomenon: air quality and health, science and policy. Air Quality, Atmosphere and Health, 14 (2), pp.235-243. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11869-020-00928-1.
Access StatusOpen Access
Fragrance is used in consumer products around the world. However, fragrance has been associated with adverse effects on indoor and outdoor air quality and human health. Questions arise, such as the following: Why does fragrance in products pose problems? What are sources of emissions and exposures? What are health and societal effects? What are possible solutions? This paper examines the issue of fragranced consumer products and its science and policy dimensions, with a focus on the implications for air quality and human health. Results include new findings and new questions for future research directions.
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