Nanoparticle Release During the Life Cycle of Consumer Products & Nanocomposites

Nanoparticle Release During the Life Cycle of Consumer Products & Nanocomposites

Symposium Co-Chairs

Li Piin SungQuantifying Photo-Induced Released Nanoparticles from Nanosilica/Epoxy Composites
Li Piin Sung
Director of NIST/Industry Polymer Surface and Interface Consortium, Project Leader, Engineering Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Elijah PetersenElijah Petersen
Environmental Engineer, Materials Measurement Laboratory
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

Confirmed Speakers

Andrew K.  PersilyAbrasion-Induced Airborne Nanoparticle Release from Consumer Products
Andrew K. Persily
Supervisory Mechanical Engineer, Indoor Air Quality and Ventilation Group of the Energy and Environment Division (EED) of the Engineering Laboratory (EL), National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Debra L. KaiserMethods for Measuring Release of Material from MWCNT-Polymer Composites
Debra L. Kaiser
Technical Program Director, Material Measurement Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Howard FairbrotherRelease and detection of carbon nanotubes from polymer nanocomposites using single particle inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (sp-ICPMS)
Howard Fairbrother
Professor, Johns Hopkins University
Gwi-Nam BaeNanoaerosol release characteristics of wallpaper coated with TiO2 nanoparticles in an air-jet simulated test chamber
Gwi-Nam Bae
Principal Research Scientist, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Korea
Savelas  RabbThe Study of Surface Accumulated Silica Nanoparticles from ‘Weathered’ Polymer Nanocomposites Using ICP-OES
Savelas Rabb
Research Chemist, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Bernd NowackRelease of particles from paints and textiles containing engineered nanomaterials
Bernd Nowack
Professor, Empa, the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology, Switzerland
Susana Addo NtimCharacterization and Potential Migration of Silver Nanoparticles from Commercially Available Food Contact Materials
Susana Addo Ntim
ORISE Fellow, U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
Dhimiter BelloAn Integrated Approach to Meet NanoEHS Challenges Along the Life Cycle of Nano-Enabled Products: The Case Study of Engineered Nanoparticles Emitted from toners used in Printing Equipment
Dhimiter Bello
Associate Professor, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Update on the NanoRelease Project – The Interlaboratory Testing Phase
Janet Carter
Acting Director, Office of Chemical Hazards, U.S. Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA)
Alan J KennedyCharacterizing the Fate and Toxicity of a Nanotechnology after Use: Nano-Aluminum Thermite Formulations
Alan J Kennedy
Research Biologist, Engineer Research and Development Center, U.S. Army
Wendel WohllebenAdventures in number metrics: Regulatory nanodefinitions applied to large portfolios containing small particles
Wendel Wohlleben
Researcher, BASF Advanced Materials, Germany
Shuji TsuruokaA New Approach to Responsible Development with CNTS Understanding of Reaction Kinetics and Redox potentioal
Shuji Tsuruoka
Professor, Shinshu University, Japan
Keana ScottAssessment of nanoparticle release from MWCNT epoxy nanocomposites
Keana Scott
Physical Scientist, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Justin GorhamDevelopment and characterization of nanosilver loaded test materials using surface and bulk analytical techniques
Justin Gorham
Research Chemist, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Paul WesterhoffExperimental methods and analytical techniques to assess nanomaterial release from consumer products into sewer systems
Paul Westerhoff
Associate Dean of Research, Arizona State University
Richard CanadyOverview and Findings of the NanoRelease Project
Richard Canady
Director, Center for Risk Science Innovation and Application (RSIA), ILSI Research Foundation
Christian J. LongCharacterization of surface and sub-surface electrical and mechanical properties of UV-degraded carbon nanotube epoxy nanocomposites
Christian J. Long
Postdoctoral Researcher, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Robert I. MacCuspieMeasurement methods and approaches for studying silver nanomaterial release
Robert I. MacCuspie
Director, Nanotechnology Program and Director, Multifunctional Materials Program, Florida Polytechnic University
Treye  ThomasNanotechnology and Consumer Products – Addressing Exposure Data Needs
Treye Thomas
Leader, Chemical Hazards Program, U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission
Socorro Vázquez-CamposNM release along the life cycle of NM-enabled products: Nanopolytox and GUIDEnano case studies
Socorro Vázquez-Campos
NanoHealth & Safety Group Leader, LEITAT Technological Center, Barcelona, Spain
Richard G.  ZeppInfluence of Pro-Oxidant on Photodegradation of a Low-Density Polyethylene-Nanosilica Composite
Richard G. Zepp
Senior Research Scientist, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Jean-Francois  DamlencourtRelease of nanomaterials from nanoproducts used in home building: lessons learnt from the EU NANOhouse project
Jean-Francois Damlencourt
Head, Nanocharacterization and Nanosafety Laboratory, DTNM, Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique (CEA), France

Symposium Sessions

Tuesday June 17

10:30Nanoparticle release during life cycle of consumer products & nanocomposites
3:00Nanoparticle Release: Carbon Nanotubes

Wednesday June 18

8:30Nanoparticle Release: NanoSilica
10:30Nanoparticle Release: NanoSilver
1:30NanoRelease Project and Toxicological Implications
Nanoparticle Release - Posters 4:00

Symposium Program

Tuesday June 17

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10:30Nanoparticle release during life cycle of consumer products & nanocompositesAzalea 1
Session chair: Li Piin Sung, NIST; Elijah Petersen, NIST (bio, bio)
10:30Nanotechnology and Consumer Products – Addressing Exposure Data Needs (invited presentation)
T. Thomas, US Consumer Product Safety Commission, US (bio)
10:50Release of particles from paints containing engineered nanomaterials (invited presentation)
B. Nowack, Empa, CH (bio)
11:10Experimental methods and analytical techniques to assess nanomaterial release from consumer products into sewer systems (invited presentation)
P. Westerhoff, Y. Yang, R. Reed, K. Doudrick, P. Herckes, K. Hristovski, Arizona State University, US (bio)
11:30NM release along the life cycle of NM-enabled products: Nanopolytox and GUIDEnano case studies (invited presentation)
G. Janer, D. González, E. Fernández-Rosas, G. Vilar, A. Satti, S. Vázquez-Campos, LEITAT Technological Center, ES (bio)
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3:00Nanoparticle Release: Carbon NanotubesAzalea 1
Session chair: Li Piin Sung, NIST; Elijah Petersen, NIST (bio, bio)
3:00Methods for Measuring Release of Material from MWCNT-Polymer Composites (invited presentation)
D. Kaiser, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US (bio)
3:20Multi-method analysis of multiwall carbon nanotube polymer nanocomposite after photodegradation (invited presentation)
E.J. Petersen, T. Lam, J. Gorham, K. Scott, C. Long, R. Sharma, L.P. Sung, J.A. Liddle, T. Nguyen, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US (bio)
3:40Release and detection of carbon nanotubes from polymer nanocomposites using single particle inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (sp-ICPMS) (invited presentation)
D.H. Fairbrother, D. Goodwin, J.F. Ranville, R.B. Reed, K. Marsh, R. Lakone, J.J. Wang, Johns Hopkins University, US (bio)
4:00Assessment of nanoparticle release from MWCNT epoxy nanocomposites (invited presentation)
K. Scott, J. Woodcock, J.W. Gilman, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US
4:20Characterization of surface and sub-surface electrical and mechanical properties of UV-degraded carbon nanotube epoxy nanocomposites (invited presentation)
C.J. Long, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US
4:40Evaluating Stability and Structural Changes of Nanocomposites and Developing Methods to Evaluate the Release of Nanoparticles
E. Sahle-Demessie, A. Zhao, H. Grecsek, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, US

Wednesday June 18

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8:30Nanoparticle Release: NanoSilicaAzalea 2
Session chair: Li Piin Sung, NIST; Elijah Petersen, NIST (bio)
8:30Pilot interlab comparisons of methods to simulate weathering or machining of nanocomposites and to detect fragments released (invited presentation)
W. Wohlleben, J. Mueller, T. Nguyen, L. Sung, S. Vazquez-Campos, M. Voetz, T.A.J. Kuhlbusch, M. Wiemann, BASF SE, DE
8:50Influence of Pro-Oxidant on Photodegradation of a Low-Density Polyethylene-Nanosilica Composite (invited presentation)
R.G. Zepp, O. Okungbowa, A.L. Andrady, J. Locklin, R. Arnold, US Environmental Protection Agency, US (bio)
9:10Quantifying Photo-Induced Released Nanoparticles from Nanosilica/Epoxy Composites (invited presentation)
L. Sung, D. Stanley, C-C Tien, J. Gorham, S. Rabb, L.L. Yu, T. Nguyen, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US (bio)
9:30The Study of Surface Accumulated Silica Nanoparticles from “Weathered” Polymer Nanocomposites Using ICP-OES (invited presentation)
S.A. Rabb, D. Stanley, L. Sung, T. Nguyen, L.L. Yu, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US
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10:30Nanoparticle Release: NanoSilverAzalea 2
Session chair: Li Piin Sung, NIST & Elijah Petersen, NIST (bio, bio)
10:30Development and characterization of nanosilver loaded test materials using surface and bulk analytical techniques (invited presentation)
JM. Gorham, R.D. Holbrook, K. Murphy, G. Stan, D. Tselenchuk, J. Liu, M. Windchester, R.I. MacCuspie, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US
10:55Characterization and Potential Migration of Silver Nanoparticles from Commercially Available Food Contact Materials (invited presentation)
S. Addo Ntim, T.A. Thomas, T.H. Begley, G.O. Noonan, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, US (bio)
11:20Measurement methods and approaches for studying silver nanomaterial release (invited presentation)
R.I. MacCuspie, Florida Polytechnic University, US (bio)
11:45Physico-chemical Characterization of Extracts of Silver Nanoparticle Containing Medical Devices
B.J. Casey, P. Jayanti, E.M. Sussman, B.J. Dair, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, US
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1:30NanoRelease Project and Toxicological ImplicationsAzalea 2
Session chair: Li Piin Sung, NIST & Elijah Petersen, NIST (bio, bio)
1:30Overview and Findings of the NanoRelease Project (invited presentation)
R. Canady, Center for Risk Science Innovation and Application, ILSI Research Foundation, US (bio)
1:50Update on the NanoRelease Project – The Interlaboratory Testing Phase (invited presentation)
JM. Carter, RA. Canady, C. Cairns, M. Hill, W. Wohllenben, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, US (bio)
2:10Characterizing the Fate and Toxicity of a Nanotechnology after Use: Nano-Aluminum Thermite Formulations (invited presentation)
A.J. Kennedy, A. Poda, R. Moser, A.J. Bednar, S.F. Son, J.A. Steevens, US Army Engineer Research and Development Center, US (bio)
2:30An Integrated Approach to Meet NanoEHS Challenges Along the Life Cycle of Nano-Enabled Products: The Case Study of Engineered Nanoparticles Emitted from toners used in Printing Equipment (invited presentation)
D. Bello, P. Demokritou, University of Massachusetts Lowell, US (bio)
2:50Nanoaerosol release characteristics of wallpaper coated with TiO2 nanoparticles in an air-jet simulated test chamber (invited presentation)
G.N. Bae, S.H. Park, S.B. Lee, J.B. Kim, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, KR (bio)
3:10Abrasion-Induced Airborne Nanoparticle Release from Consumer Products (invited presentation)
A.K. Persily, J. Lo, S. Nabinger, D. Poppendieck, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US (bio)
3:30Release of nanomaterials from nanoproducts used in home building: lessons learnt from the EU NANOhouse project (invited presentation)
B. Fiorentino, D. Boutry, A. Guiot, L. Golanski, J.F. Damlencourt, CEA, FR (bio)
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Nanoparticle Release - Posters 4:00Potomac Registration Hall
-Novel Exposure Methods to Define EHS Implications of Nano-Enabled Products at the End-of-Life Incineration Scenario
G.A. Sotiriou, D. Singh, W. Wohlleben, P. Demokritou, Harvard University, US
-Physicochemical and Toxicological Characterization of Engineered Nanoparticles Emitted from Laser Printers: Environmental Health Implications?
S. Pirela, G. Pyrgiotakis, G. Sotiriou, B. Zhao, D. Bello, P. Demokritou, Harvard School of Public Health, US
-Superparamagnetic Nanoparticles for Potential Application in Hyperthermia Treatment
C. Delaite, J. Winninger, Universtité de Haute Alsace, FR
-Exposure Evaluation of Airborne Titanium Dioxide from Use in Spray Sunscreens
M.L. Kreider, K.M. Unice, A.K. Madl, Cardno ChemRisk, US
-Aerosolization of Carbon Nanotubes for the Development of Reference Air Samples
M.R. Cavaliere, S.P. Compton, MVA Scientific Consultants, US
-Using single particle ICP-MS as a tool for understanding metallonanoparticles transformation during nanotoxicity assays
M.E. Johnson, S.K. Hanna, E.J. Petersen, B.C. Nelson, L.L. Yu, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US
-Effect of Temperature on Surface Degradation and Nanoparticle Release of Nano-SiO2 Epoxy Coatings under UV Radiation
C.-C. Tien, A.C.-H. Chang, B.H.-C. Liu, L.-P. Sung, National Cheng Kung University, US
-Silver release from nano-silver containing plastic food containers
A. Mackevica, M.E. Olsson and S.F. Hansen, Technical University of Denmark, DK
-Effect of carbon nanotubes on plant growth and gas exchange using Arabidopsis thaliana
R. Voleti, Missouri State University, US
-Mapping ENM from consumer products in solid waste flows in Denmark
L. Heggelund, A. Boldrin, S.F. Hansen, T.F. Astrup, Technical University of Denmark (DTU), DK
-Release of engineered nanomaterials from several commercial products: Progress of NANOSOLUTIONS project
M. Blázquez, E. Fernández-Rosas, C. Hidalgo, A. Vílchez, A. Satti, S. Vázquez-Campos, LEITAT Technological Center, ES
-Nanotechnology Sensing Advances in Field and Environment (NanoSAFE)
D. Lederman, West Virginia University, US

Nanoparticles are increasingly used in consumer and structural polymeric products to enhance a variety of properties. Under the influence of environmental factors (e.g., ultraviolet, moisture, temperature) and mechanical actions (e.g., scratching, vibrations, abrasion), nanoparticles could potentially release from the products and thus have negative effects on the environment, health and safety. Over the last 5 years this event has provided the world's leading forum on this subject featuring presentations from leading researchers in industry, academia and government laboratories.

Focus areas include:

  • Nanoparticle release during the life cycInvited Sple of consumer products & nanocomposites
  • Durability of Nanoparticle composites under environment stresses (UV, Temp, Humidity, mechanical - scratch, abrasion, sanding)
  • Metrology for characterizing nanoparticle release and changes in nanocomposite properties
  • Applicability of standard test methods and measurement protocols for nanocomposite weathering and nanoparticle release
  • Potential toxicological effects from released nanoparticles

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