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Current and future chemical treatments to fight biodeterioration of outdoor building materials and associated biofilms: Moving away from ecotoxic and towards efficient, sustainable solutions

Abstract : Building materials are biodeteriorated by microbial biofilms.  Antifouling should ideally combine high antibiofilm activity and low ecotoxicity.  Mechanical procedures, biocides, and water-repellents are commercially available.  New approaches include photocatalyst, essential oil, and quorum sensing inhibitors.  Combining case-by-case commercially available and innovative solutions paves the way to raise these challenges.
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Mattea Romani, Thomas Warscheid, Lionel Nicole, Marcelino T Suzuki, Lionel Marcon, et al.. Current and future chemical treatments to fight biodeterioration of outdoor building materials and associated biofilms: Moving away from ecotoxic and towards efficient, sustainable solutions. Science of the Total Environment, Elsevier, 2022, 802, pp.149846. ⟨10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.149846⟩. ⟨hal-03373175⟩

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