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Canada proposes to add organic substances in paint and flame retardants to Country’s toxic list

Nov-30-2021 Canada

The Health and Environment Ministry of Canada has proposed a recommendation to add organic substance used in paints and six flame retardants to the country's toxic substances’ list...

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Lotus corniculatus, extract clears Screening assessment in Canada

Aug-31-2021

As per section 74 of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 (CEPA), the Minister of the Environment and the Minister of Health have conducted a screening assessment of Lotus ...

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Canada Nominates LC-PFCAs under the Stockholm Convention

Aug-31-2021

On the 5th of  August, the Government of Canada nominated long-chain PFCAs, their salts and related compounds (also known as precursors) for consideration under the Stockholm Convention on Persis...

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Canadian Government Proposes Limited Use of Phosphonic Acid in Cosmetic Products

Aug-06-2021

Canada’s health and environment ministries have urged the conditions on the use of phosphonic acid, P,P′-(1-hydroxydodecylidene)bis-, allowing the limited amou...

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Formaldehyde Emissions from Composite Wood Products to be Regulated

Aug-06-2021

The Canadian government has finalised regulations to limit formaldehyde emissions from composite wood products and apply the country’s that generally align with that of US.  ...

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Use Restrictions for Solvent Violet 13 – Canadian Cosmetics

Aug-06-2021

Canada’s environment and health ministries have suggested including solvent violet 13 to the Cosmetic Ingredient Hotlist, a move that would restrict the dye’s use in cosmetic...

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Quality Guidelines for Aluminium, Selenium, and D4’; Canadian Government Proposes

Jun-15-2021

Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) has suggested federal environmental quality guidelines (FEQGs) for aluminum, selenium, and octamethylcyclotetrasiloxane (D4). For this, a draft has bee...

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