Formaldehyde exposure from 3 e-cigarette formats tested well below WHO quality guidelines

A new study shows that the daily exposure to formaldehyde from three different types of e-cigarettes is well below the levels considered safe by the World Health Organisation — at less than a sixth of the indoor air quality standard. For all products tested, formaldehyde levels were also well below a number of other formaldehyde safety benchmarks such as the threshold for throat and respiratory tract irritation, the European REACh Derived No Effect Level and occupational exposure guidelines. —> Read More