ACC calls for US EPA to withdraw two proposed Snurs
16 March 2017 / Substances of concern, United States
The American Chemistry Council (ACC) has called on the US EPA to withdraw two proposed significant new use rules (Snurs) for certain chemical substances derived from the use of isocyanates as monomers.
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Extended ECO scheme to target struggling households
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Proposed REACH restriction dossier reflects industry’s commitment to safe use of diisocyanates
On 7 October 2016, German REACH competent authorities submitted a restriction dossier to the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) proposing risk management measures to ensure safe handling of diisocyanates at the workplace.
India Initiates Anti-dumping Investigation on TDI
The Indian Ministry of Commerce has initiated AD investigation on imports of ‘Toluene DiIsocyanate- (TDI)’ originating in or exported from China PR,