Polymer added to the DSL

Posted Date: 
Thursday, August 17, 2017


The Canadian Minster of Environment has stated that there will be an amendment to the Non-Domestic Substances List.  Polymer, a substance that is found in synthetic organic materials, will now be moved to the Domestic Substances List (DSL).

 Unlike the NDSL, substances on the DSL do not need any notification unless they are subject to a significant new activity (Snac) notice.

For more infomation about this update, please visit the Canada Gazette.

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