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Again I got to present my research at District, BSEF, State Science Day, ISEF, and even at two national and international conferences thanks to supportive mentors.
Registered as a charity in 2012, BSEF has become the largest deliverer of community basketball in the West Midlands and in the last 12 months alone has achieved a number of substantial milestones.
BSEF engages more than 1,000 children and young people per week in at least one hour of high quality physical activity or sport.
BSEF says that the draft report concludes that deca-BDE does not present a risk to human health.
The 2016 BSEF will again be sponsored by Ethicon Endo-Surgery, and this event would not be possible without their support.
The commercial mixtures have different uses, but all are additive flame retardants (BSEF 2004).
Estimates of market demand for major brominated flame retardants suggest that some 58% of world market volume occurs in Asia, followed by the Americas (26%) and then Europe (14%) [Bromine Science and Environmental Forum (BSEF) 2001].
However, during recent years a decrease in concentration has been indicated in Sweden, probably because of a decrease in use of the lower brominated PBDEs in Europe, as shown by recent use figures [Bromine Science and Environmental Forum (BSEF) 2003].
Worldwide, approximately 5,000,000 metric tons of bromine are produced each year, with a market value exceeding US $2 billion annually [Arias 2001; Bromine Science and Environmental Forum (BSEF) 2000].
More than 200,000 metric tons of BFRs are produced each year (BSEF 2000).
They are used as flame retardants in electrical appliances, including television sets, computers, computer printers, and fax machines, as well as in carpets and furniture upholstery [Bromine Science and Environmental Forum (BSEF) 2001].
Three industrial formulations of PBDEs are used widely as flame retardants [Bromine Science and Environmental Forum (BSEF) 2001].