The ecotoxicological characterisation of waste according to the European Waste List (HP14) is part of its hazard classification, which is based on 15 different hazardous properties and should include toxicity tests representing the aquatic and terrestrial compartment. Besides established soil toxicity tests with bacteria, plants, and earthworms, the standardised test with the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans […]
The Fellows Award of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) was created to recognize SETAC members demonstrating both (1) significant long-term scientific or science policy contributions and (2) service and leadership within SETAC. Jörg Römbke has been elected as SETAC fellow in 2019 […]
The SETAC Europe 14th Special Science Symposium ‘Soil biodiversity: what do we know and how to protect it from adverse effects of plant protection products and other chemicals’ will be held on 19-20 November 2019 in Brussels. Within the framework of current regulations on chemicals in soil, the protection of the structure and functioning of […]
The SETAC North America 40th Annual Meeting takes place in Toronto (Canada) from 3 – 7 November 2019. ECT contributes with the following presentation:
ECT contributes with a platform presentation (see below) to the 13th SETAC Latin America Biennial meeting (Industry, academia and government for a global sustainability) that takes place in Cartagena, Colombia, from 15 to 18 September 2019.
The 24th SETAC GLB Annual Meeting (Biodiversity in water and on land – the role of chemical stressors) takes place in Landau (Pfalz), Germany, from 4 to 6 September 2019. ECT is contributing with the following two presentations:
The fish plasma model predicts the fish blood plasma concentration of a pharmaceutical from the water concentration to which the fish is exposed and compares it to the human therapeutic plasma concentration with the postulate that no adverse toxic effects occur below this concentration. The present study provides several lines of evidence supporting the fish […]
Despite the increasing use of pesticides in tropical countries, research and legislative efforts have focused on their temperate counterparts. In the present publication, the literature on environmental risk assessment of pesticides in tropical terrestrial ecosystems is reviewed. Potential differences in pesticide risks between temperate and tropical regions are evaluated, and research needs for tropical regions […]
For the treatment of groundwater contaminated with chlorinated hydrocarbons, nano-scaled zero-valent iron (nano Fe0) represents an efficient alternative to other treatments as e.g. pump & treat. Upon selection of a suitable treatment method for a given groundwater a risk-cost-benefit analysis is performed. This analysis does only rarely consider the potential risk of the remediation method […]
ECT is contributing to the SETAC Europe 29th Annual Meeting ‘One environment. One health. Sustainable societies’ that takes place in Helsinki, Finland, from May 26th to 30th, 2019. It addition to the presentations and activities indicated below, ECT presents its work at booth number 29.
ECT Oekotoxikologie GmbH is a privately owned enterprise that was founded in 1993.
In compliance with Good Laboratory Practice (GLP), we perform standardised ecotoxicological tests in the laboratory as well as at semi-field and field level.
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Böttgerstraße 2 – 14
65439 Flörsheim am Main
Phone: +49 6145 9564-0
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