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Sources of endocrine-disrupting compounds and their migration to the environment

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Źródła związków zaburzających funkcjonowanie układu hormonalnego i ich migracja w środowisku
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The aim of this article is to present issues related to the presence and pathways of bisphenol A emission and its migration to wastewater and the environment. Bisphenol A (BPA) is an organic compound mainly used in the production of plastics. It is classified as an endocrine disrupting compound (EDC) and should therefore not be emitted to the environment. This paper presents basic information on bisphenol A, its applications and potential sources of emission to the environment. A wide review of literature confirming the occurrence of bisphenol A in sewage, sediments, natural waters, drinking water and the atmosphere is performed. Effective wastewater treatment and neutralisation of bisphenol A in sewage sludge could partially reduce the levels of BPA pollution in the aquatic environment.
Celem artykułu jest przedstawienie zagadnień dotyczących obecności i źródeł występowania bisfenolu A w ściekach i środowisku. Bisfenol A (BPA) jest związkiem organicznym, stosowanym przede wszystkim do produkcji tworzyw sztucznych. Należy do związków wykazujących negatywne oddziaływanie na układ hormonalny (endocrine disrupting compounds, EDC), w związku z czym nie powinien być emitowany do środowiska naturalnego. W artykule przedstawiono podstawowe informacje dotyczące bisfenolu A oraz potencjalne źródła emisji tego związku do środowiska. Dokonano przeglądu literatury potwierdzającej obecność bisfenolu A w ściekach, osadach oraz wodach naturalnych. Efektywne oczyszczenie ścieków i neutralizacja bisfenolu A obecnego w osadach ściekowych pozwoliłoby na częściowe ograniczenie zanieczyszczenia środowiska naturalnego.
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  • Institute of Water Supply and Environmental Protection, Faculty of Environmental Engineering, Cracow University of Technology
  • Institute of Water Supply and Environmental Protection, Faculty of Environmental Engineering, Cracow University of Technology
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