Evaluation of new scientific evidence concerning DINP and DIDP

Evaluation of new scientific evidence concerning DINP and DIDP

  • evaluation of new scientific evidence concerning dinp and didp

    Evaluation of new scientific evidence concerning DINP and DIDP

    Evaluation of new scientific evidence concerning DINP and DIDP 7 1. Conclusions ECHA concluded that a risk from the mouthing of toys and childcare articles with DINP and DIDP cannot be excluded if the existing restriction were lifted. No further risks were identified. These conclusions were supported by ECHA’s Committee for

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    EVALUATION OF NEW SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE CONCERNING THE

    EVALUATION OF NEW SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE CONCERNING THE PHTHALATES DINP AND DIDP . SUMMARY The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA), at the request of the European Commission, has reviewed the scientific evidence on the risks posed by articles containing the . phthalates DINP. 1 and DIDP2.

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    ECHA's final review report on DINP and DIDP | Food Packaging

    On August 30, 2013 the European Chemical Agency (ECHA) published its final report on the “Evaluation of new scientific evidence concerning DINP and DIDP in relation to entry 52 of Annex XVII to REACH Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006”.

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    Open letter to the editor – Pediatrics – re: Food Additives

    Open letter to the editor – Pediatrics – re: Food Additives and Child Health by American Chemistry | November 15, 2018. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has put forth a set of policy recommendations based on a hypothesis that the presence of certain chemicals in the diet suggests potential adverse effects on children’s health.

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    Correcting misunderstandings of food additives and child

    2 European Chemicals Agency: “Evaluation of new scientific evidence concerning DINP and DIDP in relation to entry 52 of Annex XVII to REACH Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006”. Helsinki, Finland: European Chemicals Agency, 2013.

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    Plasticizers Regulatory Update - Roscom

    3. Evaluation of new scientific evidence concerning DINP and DIDP, as viewed on 3 September 2013. 4. Chemical Listed Effective December 20, 2013 as Known to the State of California to Cause Cancer: Diisononyl Phthalate (DINP), as viewed on 31 January 2014. 5. The Safety of Medical Devices Containing DEHP-plasticized PVC or other plasticizers on

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    About DINP and California Proposition 65 | Medline Industries

    ECHA (2013). European Chemicals Agency. Evaluation of new scientific evidence concerning DINP and DIDP. In relation to entry 52 of Annex XVII to REACH Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006. Final review report. August 2013. ECHA-13-R-07-EN. EFSA (2005). European Food Safety Authority, Parma, Italy.

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    Investigation of the amount of transdermal ... - ScienceDirect

    ECHAEuropean Chemical Agency, Evaluation of New Scientific Evidence Concerning DINP and DIDP in Relation to Entry 52 of Annex XVII to Registration (EC) No 1907/2006 (REACH) ( 2013 ) Final Review Report

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    Association of Exposure to Di-2-Ethylhexylphthalate

    Given that evidence and concerns about potential health risks related to DEHP exposure are increasing , DEHP is being replaced with alternative compounds, such as di-isononyl phthalate (DINP) and di-isodecyl phthalate (DIDP) . DINP and DIDP are also classified as HMW phthalates and are mainly used as polyvinyl chloride plasticizers; available ...

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    California State Office of Environmental Hazard Assessment

    The formation of MNCL derived from exposure of Fisher 344 rats to DINP has also been reported in the ECHA report on the evaluation of new scientific evidence concerning DINP and DIDP (2013). In a key study performed by Exxon (1986) MNCL was statistically significant at high dose levels in both sexes.

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    ECHA Evaluation of new scientific evidence concerning DINP

    ECHA Evaluation of new scientific evidence concerning DINP and DIDP Home > ECHA Evaluation of new scientific evidence concerning DINP and DIDP Published on 08.03.2013

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    ECPI’s statement following ECHA’s final report on high

    Report: Evaluation of new scientific evidence concerning DINP and DIDP Related Document ECPI’s statement following ECHA’s final report on high phthalates DINP and DIDP: Safe for use in all current consumer applications (pdf - NaN b)

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    Occurrence of legacy and alternative plasticizers in indoor

    Evaluation of New Scientific Evidence Concerning the Restrictions on DINP and DIDP Contained in Entry 52 of Annex XVII to Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 (REACH). Final Report-Volumes of DINP and DIDP (2012)

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    Committee for Risk Assessment (RAC) Opinion on the ECHA’s

    Committee for Risk Assessment (RAC) Opinion on the ECHA’s draft review report on “Evaluation of new scientific evidence concerning DINP and DIDP in relation to entry 52 of Annex XVII to Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 (REACH)” ECHA/RAC/A77-O-0000001412-86-10/F

  • investigation of the amount of transdermal ... - sciencedirect

    Investigation of the amount of transdermal ... - ScienceDirect

    ECHAEuropean Chemical Agency, Evaluation of New Scientific Evidence Concerning DINP and DIDP in Relation to Entry 52 of Annex XVII to Registration (EC) No 1907/2006 (REACH) ( 2013 ) Final Review Report

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    5. Additional Background Information

    RAC Opinion on the ECHA Evaluation Report, 8 March 2013, ECHA/RAC/A77‐O‐0000001412‐86‐ 10/F Opinion of the Committee for Risk Assessment on the draft review report of ECHA “Evaluation of new scientific evidence concerning DINP and DIDP in relation to entry 52 of Annex XVII to Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 (REACH).” Annex I to ECHA ...

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    Temporal Trends in Phthalate Exposures: Findings from the

    European Chemicals Agency. Evaluation of New Scientific Evidence Concerning DINP and DIDP in Relation to Entry 52 of Annex XVII to Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 (REACH). 2012. Fierens T, Servaes K, Van Holderbeke M, Geerts L, De Henauw S, Sioen I, et al. Analysis of phthalates in food products and packaging materials sold on the Belgian market.

  • phtalate de diisodécyle (ft 246). bibliographie - auteurs

    Phtalate de diisodécyle (FT 246). Bibliographie - Auteurs

    2. Evaluation of new scientific evidence concerning DINP and DIDP in relation to entry 52 of Annex XVII to reglation (EC) No 1970/2006 (REACH)ropa.eu). 3. Diisodecyl phthalate. - In : HSDB. NLM, 2015 (www.toxnet.nlm.nih.gov). 4. Jayflex TM DIDP – Fiche de données

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    (*) “Evaluation of new scientific evidence concerning DINP and DIDP (In relation to entry 52 of Annex XVII to REACH Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006), Final Review Report August 2013.” ECHA concludes that DINP and DIDP are safe for use in all current applications (*) In-depth evaluation of all hazard and exposure data during a four year process

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    DINP and DIDP plasticisers for flexible and safe vinyl

    DIDP has also been extensively evaluated with conclusions on no hazard classification required (EU Risk Assessment Report) and safe for use in current applications (ECHA re-evaluation). There is no new data after these assessments to warrant any further assessment of DIDP. Like DINP, DIDP has extensive reproduction studies

  • ecpi’s statement following echa’s final report on high

    ECPI’s statement following ECHA’s final report on high

    Report: Evaluation of new scientific evidence concerning DINP and DIDP Related Document ECPI’s statement following ECHA’s final report on high phthalates DINP and DIDP: Safe for use in all current consumer applications (pdf - NaN b)

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    Commission communication on ECHA Evaluation of new scientific

    Home > Commission communication on ECHA Evaluation of new scientific evidence concerning DINP and DIDP Published on 15.01.2014 Commission communication on ECHA Evaluation of new scientific evidence concerning DINP and DIDP

  • rac opinion on echa evaluation of new scientific evidence

    RAC opinion on ECHA Evaluation of new scientific evidence

    RAC opinion on ECHA Evaluation of new scientific evidence concerning DINP and DIDP Home > RAC opinion on ECHA Evaluation of new scientific evidence concerning DINP and DIDP Published on 08.03.2013

  • phtalate de diisodécyle (ft 246). bibliographie - auteurs

    Phtalate de diisodécyle (FT 246). Bibliographie - Auteurs

    2. Evaluation of new scientific evidence concerning DINP and DIDP in relation to entry 52 of Annex XVII to reglation (EC) No 1970/2006 (REACH)ropa.eu). 3. Diisodecyl phthalate. - In : HSDB. NLM, 2015 (www.toxnet.nlm.nih.gov). 4. Jayflex TM DIDP – Fiche de données

  • july 2013 newsletter - american chemistry council

    July 2013 Newsletter - American Chemistry Council

    In 2012 ECHA's Executive Director requested that the RAC adopt an opinion on ECHA's draft report "Evaluation of New Scientific Evidence Concerning DINP and DIDP in Relation to Entry 52 of Annex XVII to Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006 (REACH)."

  • july 2012 newsletter - american chemistry council

    July 2012 Newsletter - American Chemistry Council

    The ECHA draft review report entitled Evaluation of New Scientific Evidence Concerning DINP and DIDP in Relation to Entry 52 of Annex XVII to Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 (REACH) concludes the existing restriction on DINP and DIDP in toys and childcare articles which can be placed in the mouth by children is justified (restriction entry 52 in ...

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    DIDP | Article about DIDP by The Free Dictionary

    Evaluation of New Scientific Evidence Concerning DINP and DIDP in Relation to Entry 52 of Annex XVII to REACH Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006. Recent fast food consumption and bisphenol A and phthalates exposures among the U.S. population in NHANES, 2003-2010

  • 5. additional background information

    5. Additional Background Information

    RAC Opinion on the ECHA Evaluation Report, 8 March 2013, ECHA/RAC/A77‐O‐0000001412‐86‐ 10/F Opinion of the Committee for Risk Assessment on the draft review report of ECHA “Evaluation of new scientific evidence concerning DINP and DIDP in relation to entry 52 of Annex XVII to Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 (REACH).” Annex I to ECHA ...

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    Evaluation of new scientific evidence concerning DINP and DIDP About EPCI : The European Council for Plasticisers and Intermediates is a Brussels-based trade association representing the common interests of European manufacturers of plasticisers, alcohols and acids.

  • temporal trends in phthalate exposures: findings from the

    Temporal Trends in Phthalate Exposures: Findings from the

    Evaluation of New Scientific Evidence Concerning DINP and DIDP in Relation to Entry 52 of Annex XVII to Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 (REACH). Google Scholar; Fierens T, Servaes K, Van Holderbeke M, Geerts L, De Henauw S, Sioen I et al.. 2012. Analysis of phthalates in food products and packaging materials sold on the Belgian market.