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CPSC Guide Could Give EPA Alternative To Partial Methylene Chloride Ban

May 14, 2018
The Consumer Product Safety Commission's (CPSC) recent guidance calling for product labels to warn of acute inhalation hazards of paint strippers containing methylene chloride could give EPA an alternative to calls for a first-time ban on some uses of the substance, such as industry calls to promote risk management options. “They're not bound to go back and adopt the proposed regulatory text” that called for banning the use of the methylene chloride in paint strippers, says one industry source. Whatever...


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