Industry Argues California Lacks Data To List Antimony Under Prop. 65

November 3, 2022
Three major industry and business groups are charging that California’s health hazard office lacks enough scientific data to support its recent proposal to list trivalent antimony compounds -- a range of metalloids widely used to make flame retardants, batteries, glass and other items -- under the state’s Proposition 65 toxic warning label law as carcinogens. In an Oct. 31 comment letter , the industry groups charge that the proposed listing, issued by the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA),...

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