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IRIS Toxicological Review of Ammonia Noncancer Inhalation (Final Report)
U.S. EPA. IRIS Toxicological Review of Ammonia Noncancer Inhalation (Final Report). U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, EPA/635/R-16/163F, 2016.
EPA completed the Integrated Risk Information System (IRIS) health assessment for ammonia. IRIS is an EPA database containing Agency scientific positions on potential adverse human health effects that may result from chronic (or lifetime) exposure to chemicals in the environment. IRIS contains chemical-specific summaries of qualitative and quantitative health information in support of two steps of the risk assessment paradigm, i.e., hazard identification and dose-response evaluation. IRIS assessments are used in combination with specific situational exposure assessment information to evaluate potential public health risk associated with environmental contaminants.
EPA has finalized the Integrated Risk Information System (IRIS) Assessment of Ammonia (Noncancer Inhalation). This assessment addresses the potential noncancer human health effects from long-term inhalation exposure to ammonia. Now final, this assessment will update the current toxicological information on ammonia posted in 1991. EPA’s program and regional offices may use this assessment to inform decisions to protect human health.
URLs/Downloads:IRIS Executive Summary of Ammonia -- Noncancer Inhalation (PDF, 10 pp, 328 KB, about PDF)
IRIS Toxicological Review of Ammonia -- Noncancer Inhalation (Final Report) (PDF, 99 pp, 1402 KB, about PDF)
IRIS Toxicological Review of Ammonia -- Noncancer Inhalation (Final Report) -- Supplemental Information (PDF, 139 pp, 1677 KB, about PDF)