72 Substances identified as being of low concern
These substances were identified for action under the Chemicals Management Plan (CMP). This final screening assessment incorporates results from the Science Approach Document for the Ecological Risk Classification of Organic Substances and the Science Approach Document for the Threshold of Toxicological Concern (TTC)-based Approach for Certain Substances.
|Final screening assessment||Conclusion on section 64 criteria||Follow-up activities|
|HTML||Do not meet||Significant new activity (SNAc) notice|
|November 3, 2018||Publication and start of 60-day public comment period on the SNAc notice of intent. The related notice was published in the Canada Gazette, Part I: Vol. 152, No. 44.|
|November 3, 2018||Publication of the final screening assessment. The related notice was published in the Canada Gazette, Part I: Vol. 152, No. 44.|
|June 17, 2017||Publication and start of 60-day public comment period on the draft screening assessment (including follow-up activities for 36 of the 74 substances). The related notice was published in the Canada Gazette, Part I: Vol. 151, No. 24.|
Combining the results from both approaches, 75 substances were identified to be of low concern for human health and ecological risk. One substance (CAS RN 118-96-7) was later found to be associated with an international classification for carcinogenicity based on empirical data with positive results, thereby excluding it from the TTC-based approach. This substance is being assessed in the Rapid Screening Approach of Substances with Limited General Population Exposure. Also, as a result of new information on uses and volumes submitted pursuant to a Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 section 71 notice, 2 additional substances (CAS RNs 4979-32-2 and 94270-86-7) that were included in the draft of this screening assessment have been removed for further assessment due to potential human health concerns.
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