ECHA Proposes Cosmetic Ingredients For REACH Member-State Review
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Agency’s draft update to the Community Rolling Action Plan under the EU’s REACH chemicals program proposes listing zinc oxide, benzyl alcohol, propyl acetate and phenol, among other potential new entries, for member-state evaluation during the 2015-2017 period. ECHA cites suspected health and/or environmental risks associated with the substances, targeting March 2015 for the plan’s finalization.
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