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Canada expands Domestic Substances List, adding 20 chemicals

4:29 AM MST | March 3, 2014 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez

Canada's environment ministry has amended the country's Domestic Substances List under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA) 1999, to include 20 additional chemicals, according to the 26 February issue of the Canada Gazette. Nine of the newly added substances were included under Part 1 with the rest included under Part 3. Under CEPA 1999, Canada's minister of the environment must add a substance to the Domestic Substances List within 120 days of the criteria listed in section 87 of the act being met. Substances specified on the Domestic Substances List...

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