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Nov. 14 - Notice to interested parties - Intent to delete non-eligible substances from the Domestic Substances List

Posted Date: 
Monday, November 27, 2006

Canada Gazette I - Vol. 140, No. 45 — November 11, 2006

Notice to interested parties — Intent to delete non-eligible substances from the Domestic Substances List

Notice is hereby given that the Minister of the Environment intends to delete 1 105 substances from the Domestic Substances List which, as the result of an audit, were discovered not to have met the criteria prescribed in subsection 66(1) of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999.

A provisional list of these substances is attached. This list may also be accessed on the New Substances Program Web site (www.ec.gc.ca/substances) or obtained, upon request, at the address noted below.

Interested parties may provide their comments within 180 days of the publication of this notice. During the comment period, anyone who objects to the deletion of a substance should provide, using Part A of the attached form, for each substance of interest the information and substantiating documentation to prove that the substance proposed for deletion meets the criteria prescribed in subsection 66(1) of the Act.

To view complete article, published in the Canada Gazette, please visit: Intent to delete non-eligible substances from the Domestic Substances List

To view a list of specific CAS #'s and chemical names, please visit: Chemical Names & CAS #'s

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