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5359     JRC, Efsa discuss chemicals risk assessment collaboration 2017-04-24
Category World Hits 78
Contents 10 April 2017 / EDCs, Europe, Risk assessment The European Commission's Joint Research Centre (JRC) and The European Food Safety Authority (Efsa) met on 5 April to discuss joint projects and areas of common interest related to the risk assessment of chemicals. Subjects on the agenda included: • combined exposure to chemical mix..
5358     Australia lowers firefighting foam PFAS contamination limits.. 2017-04-24
Category World Hits 51
Contents New guidance produced on safe levels of exposure and water contamination 12 April 2017 / Australia, PFCs, Risk assessment The Australian Department of Health (DoH) has released guidance reducing acceptable exposure levels to three perfluoroalkyated substances (PFASs). The move follows concern about contamination found in 2015 around..
5357     Turkey amends toy safety Regulation 2017-04-24
Category World Hits 48
Contents Outlines nickel exemption, limits on substances used in aqueous toys 12 April 2017 / Children's products, Metals, Substances of concern, Turkey Turkey's customs and trade ministry has amended the recently adopted Regulation on toy safety. The Regulation now provides an exemption for nickel used in toys, or their components, made of stai..
5356     Echa updates substance assessments under PACT 2017-04-24
Category World Hits 49
Contents Several suspected EDCs and CMRs undergoing RMOA 20 April 2017 / CMRs, EDCs, Europe, Sensitisers Echa has included updates on 18 substances in its public activities coordination tool (PACT) for risk management option analysis (RMOA) or hazard assessment. Seven substances have been added for which member states are now starting RMO..
5355     Environmental Legislation 2017-04-24
Category World Hits 10
Contents Nonprofits talk pesticides, wildlife removal budget cuts and green jobs ARTICLE | APRIL 20, 2017 - 12:00AM | BY CORINNE BOYER Virtually no protections are in place to safeguard watersheds and streams — both sources of drinking water in Oregon — from being contaminated by herbicides, says Jason Gonzales of Oregon Wild. T..

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