US: Description of restriction lists

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Please note that these lists as add-on lists. Please contact your account manager (or if you are interested in the lists. 

The lists will be shown in the Overview in iChemistry and they are described below. 

If you have products on any of the list, you'll need to determine if you should substitute the product or in any way adapt your risk assessment. As a first step, you can check the concentration level of the substance that is causing the match. This way you'll get an understanding if the hazardous substance constitutes a significant or minor part of your chemical product. 

To identify the substance, you can visit the product's iSafe and find the substance under Restriction- and prohibition lists, under Reason. Then check the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) Section 3 or click on 'Show composition' at the bottom of iSafe to see the concentration of that substance in the chemical product.

If you are unsure about how to proceed, we recommend that you contact either your account manager or our EHS experts by emailing, and they will guide you further.

TSCA Inventory

The TSCA Inventory list (Toxic Substances Control Act) contains regulated chemical substances in the US, identified by a CAS number. This list contains only the substances that have some commentary written under section FL (Substances with some EPA TSCA Regulatory Flag).

California Proposition 65

Proposition 65, officially known as the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986. The list is matched against CAS no for substances in your chemical products. Proposition 65 list is collected from official OEHHA web page.

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