Dataset on Specifications, Carcinogenic and Non-carcinogenic Risk of Volatile Organic Compounds during Recycling Paper and Cardboard

Published: 2 February 2020| Version 3 | DOI: 10.17632/jmtkhgxp9v.3
abbas Norouzian Baghani


Emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) were studied during paper and cardboard recycling from a paper and cardboard solid waste recycling factory (PCSWRF). Data are summarized in this article for the following quantities for a PCSWRF during the winter in Tehran, Iran: VOC concentrations (µg m-3), the percentage of detected VOCs, exposure indices (Ei) of individual and total VOCs (TVOCs), inhalation lifetime cancer risk (LTCR) of VOCs, the hazard quotient (HQ) of VOCs, sensitivity analysis (SA) for VOC exposure in different age groups (birth to <81), and Spearman's rank correlation coefficients (r) between VOC concentrations and meteorological parameters. For more insight please see “Characteristics and Health Effects of Volatile Organic Compound Emissions during Paper and Cardboard Recycling”.


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