California DTSC Begins Taking Notifications Of Nail Products Containing Toluene
Effective 1 January, Nail Products Containing Toluene are the latest Priority Product adopted under California’s Safer Consumer Products regulation, requiring notifications from responsible entities by 2 March or 60 days after affected products enter the market. Alternatives analysis work will follow for companies that do not reformulate or discontinue products, among other options.
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