Calif. Chemical Reg Advances Without Industry-Requested Changes
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
California’s regulation, which will create a list of chemicals of concern and target product categories containing priority chemicals for alternatives assessments, moves into the final stage of review without industry-proposed revisions to reduce costs and burdens associated with compliance. The state’s Department of Toxic Substances Control says it has not yet determined what ingredients and products will make those lists.
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