Hanna Holmquist

Doktorand at Chalmers, Technology Management and Economics, Environmental Systems Analysis

Since the autumn 2013 Hanna is a PhD student at Chalmers. Hanna’s research is about environmental and health assessment of impregnation chemicals for textiles. The research includes environmental and health assessment of the alternatives to long-chain per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). Diffuse emissions and emissions via wastewater treatment plants are in focus. The research methodologies used include hazard assessment, chemical risk assessment and life cycle assessment (LCA). Hanna is particularly interested in how LCA and quantitative chemical risk assessment can be combined in environmental and health assessments in chemical substitution cases.Hanna is part of the Chalmers team working in the Formas-funded project Substitution of prioritized poly- and perfluorinated chemicals to eliminate diffuse sources (SUPFES), http://supfes.eu/

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SUPFES - Substitution in Practice of Prioritised Fluorinated Chemicals to Eliminate Diffuse Sources

Gregory Peters Chemical Environmental Science
Hanna Holmquist Chemical Environmental Science

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USEtox characterisation factors for textile chemicals based on a transparent data source selection strategy

Sandra Roos, Hanna Holmquist, Christina Jönsson et al
International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment
Journal article

Performance and hazard assessment of fluorinated and non-fluorinated state-of-the-art DWR-polymers

Steffen Schellenberger, Hanna Holmquist, Ike van der Veen et al
Conference poster

Properties, performance and associated hazards of state-of-the-art durable water repellent (DWR) chemistry for textile finishing

Hanna Holmquist, Steffen Schellenberger, Ike van der Veen et al
Environment International. Vol. 91, p. 251-264
Journal article

Estimating the environmental risk of the societal stock of additives in plastics by a chemical footprint approach

Tomas Rydberg, Jenny Lexén, Lena Dahlgren et al
Conference contribution

Review of Environmental Assessment Case Studies Blending Elements of Risk Assessment and Life Cycle Assessment

Robin Harder, Hanna Holmquist, Sverker Molander et al
Environmental Science & Technology. Vol. 49 (2), p. 13083-13093
Journal article