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Dec 03, 2007 | 02:18 PM CST
The Portuguese Presidency of the European Union has warned that legislation harmonizing EU chemical classification and labeling rules with United Nations standards must be adopted during the first half of 2008 or risk jeopardizing the implementation of REACH.
Nov 28, 2007 | 11:14 AM CST
With the new REACH regulations, manufacturers are now required to provide safety information on all chemicals they produce that are sold, manufactured, or imported into the EU in a quantity that is greater than or equal to one ton per year. This means that safety data must now be collected for over 30,000 existing and established chemicals
Nov 21, 2007 | 10:59 AM CST
The US Department of Homeland Security has issued a final rule on chemical security for plants regarded as high-risk for terrorist attack, including a list of 300 chemicals subject to initial screening.
Nov 21, 2007 | 10:43 AM CST
New designation to read: XXXXXXX-XX-X.
Nov 19, 2007 | 10:03 AM CST
Petition submissions for exempting materials from REACH registration are due November 30.
Nov 14, 2007 | 12:12 PM CST
The Fragrance Materials Association has issued a pair of information letters, "Fragrance: Myths and Facts" and "The Truth about Phthalates."
Nov 12, 2007 | 11:00 AM CST
The Fragrance Materials Association of the United States (FMA) has issued a response to a recent petition titled "Citizen Petition to EPA and CPSC Regarding Air Fresheners," which asks for regulatory action on air freshener products and producers.
Nov 05, 2007 | 02:39 PM CST
The EU Ecolabel program is developing a new voluntary database of green raw material suppliers.
Nov 05, 2007 | 11:00 AM CST
The US Department of Homeland Security's Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards interim final rule is available here.
Oct 30, 2007 | 09:56 AM CDT
When the story first broke that the National Toxic Encephalopathy Foundation (NTEF; Las Vegas, NV) was petitioning the US Food and Drug Administration to reclassify Clarins' (Paris, France) Angel Parfum as a drug due to its coumarin content, Perfumer & Flavorist magazine was initially hesitant to give traction to such a strange and marginal action. However, since other trade publications have picked up the story, we feel compelled to comment.