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2. Major "Green" Product Drivers in North America | Policy Horizons Canada

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Sep 29, 2017 ...2. Major "Green" Product Drivers in North America Environmental concern among the public is not a new phenomenon, and has been documented in the civil arena, as distinct from the consumer arena, for decades. Over time, research has identified "waves" of environmental concern among citizens, increasing and decreasing over time but never entirely disappearing

Toysmith Slime Suckers recalled due to Chemical Hazard

https://www.healthycanadians.gc.ca/recall-alert-rappel-avis/hc-sc/2019/70883r-eng.php

Sep 4, 2019 ... Toysmith brand Slime Suckers. The toy has a purple or blue head figure, with green slime. The product may be identified by Item # 20057 or UPC 085761220225. Hazard identified Health Canada's sampling and evaluation program has determined the Slime Suckers toy does not meet the Canadian toy safety requirements related to boric acid content. Boric acid can be toxic

3. Current Challenges Associated with Green Products in North America | Policy Horizons Canada

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Sep 29, 2017 ...3. Current Challenges Associated with Green Products in North America The previous section examined three central drivers behind the emergence of green products: the rise in consumer demand, green corporate and institutional purchasing, and formal/informal market access and firm-level innovation. The movement of civic concern for the environment and social

CCMC Technical bulletin – Update: misrepresentation of Evaluation report CCMC #13417-R for GreenE-Board™

https://nrc.canada.ca/en/certifications-evaluations-standards/construction-materials-certification/ccmc-technical-bulletin-update-misrepresentation-evaluation-report-ccmc-13417-r-greene-boardtm

Aug 9, 2019 ... that Jona Panel Sales Inc. is currently misrepresenting the validity of the CCMC Evaluation Report #13417-R covering the product GreenE-Board™. The CCMC Evaluation Report #13417-R covering the product GreenE-Board™ was canceled in February 2018 and removed from the CCMC’s registry of product evaluations. However, the CCMC Evaluation Report #13417-R regarding

4. Emerging Issue Areas for Green Products in North America | Policy Horizons Canada

http://horizons.gc.ca/en/content/4-emerging-issue-areas-green-products-north-america

Sep 29, 2017 ...4. Emerging Issue Areas for Green Products in North America Not only is overall market legitimacy a growing issue, but as green purchasing at both the consumer and the organizational levels take hold, the stakes are becoming increasingly high for businesses to "prove green," and for governments to ascertain their appropriate role in light of shifting roles

Kratom Source Kratom Product Recall (2019-08-09)

https://www.healthycanadians.gc.ca/recall-alert-rappel-avis/hc-sc/2019/70693r-eng.php

Aug 13, 2019 ...: 2019-08-13 Summary Product: A. Dried Green Kratom Powder; B. Dried Red Kratom Powder; C. Dried White Kratom Powder Reason Depth of distribution Affected products A. Dried Green Kratom Powder B. Dried Red Kratom Powder C. Dried White Kratom Powder Reason Product sold without market authorization (NPN) in Canada. Depth of distribution Retailers Affected products

3M™ Scotchgard™ Heavy Duty Water Shield recalled due to missing Canadian bilingual labelling and hazard information

https://www.healthycanadians.gc.ca/recall-alert-rappel-avis/hc-sc/2019/70811r-eng.php

Aug 22, 2019 ... with UPC 051125002004 sold in Canada Product description This recall involves 3M™ Scotchgard™ Heavy Duty Water Shield 10.5 oz (approximately 297 grams) aerosol can sold to Canadian consumers for use on fabrics for protection from the elements. The English only green and white product label features a blue tent, boat tarp and hiking gear. UPC 051125002004 can

Aluminium sector: code of practice overview

https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/services/pollution-prevention/environmental-risk-management-instruments/codes-of-practice/list/aluminium-overview.html

Aug 21, 2019 ... of practice applies to primary aluminium facilities, specifically those involved in: production of aluminium from alumina prebaked anode production green coke calcining alumina production Adopting the code of practice If the code of practice applies to your facility, you are encouraged to: implement best practices to reduce or limit emissions of PM2.5

EDN61 Excise Stamping Regime – Transition to New Contract

https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/forms-publications/publications/edn61/excise-stamping-regime-transition-new-contract.html

Aug 1, 2019 ...EDN61 Excise Stamping Regime – Transition to New Contract From: Canada Revenue Agency August 2019 The purpose of this notice is to inform excise stamp users (tobacco licensees, prescribed persons who are importing tobacco products, and cannabis licensees) that the current excise stamp contract will end on September 30, 2019 and that a new excise stamp

Caring for metal objects - Preventive conservation guidelines for collections

https://www.canada.ca/en/conservation-institute/services/preventive-conservation/guidelines-collections/metal-objects.html

Aug 12, 2019 ... penny dated 1980 with heavy green, brown and black surface corrosion products. © Government of Canada, Canadian Conservation Institute. CCI 123557-0062 Figure 9b. Canadian penny dated 1973 with brown surface patina (tarnish). © Government of Canada, Canadian Conservation Institute. CCI 123557-0062 Figure 9c. Canadian penny dated 2008, virtually untarnished

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