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California DTSC’s Toluene-Nail Care Profile Draws Industry Comments; ‘Shortcomings’ Noted

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The American Chemistry Council says the department’s draft profile for nail products containing toluene, the latest Priority Product proposed under California’s Safer Consumer Products regulation, does not properly differentiate between consumer and worker exposures. The Personal Care Products Council primarily wants to ensure that toluene is properly excluded when present as a trace contaminant.

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