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Canada | Decision to Take No Further Action on 34 Substances After Comprehensive Environmental and Health Assessments

Under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 (CEPA), the Canadian Ministers of Environment and Health have assessed 34 substances listed on the Domestic Substances List. Following detailed assessments using ecological risk classification and human health approaches, it has been determined that these substances pose a low risk to both the environment and human health. Consequently, the ministers have decided not to take any further regulatory action on these substances at this time. The assessment evaluated potential ecological and health impacts, including exposure levels and the likelihood of adverse effects. This decision is supported by scientific evidence from predictive modeling, biomonitoring data, and various risk assessments, confirming that these substances are unlikely to harm the environment or human health under current conditions and uses.

MORE INFO ON Canada Gazette, Part I, Volume 158, Number 16: Index


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