A press release from the Government of Canada:

Of the 19 substances included in Batch 5, two substances are proposed to be of concern to human health (Acrylamide and TCEP (Tris(2-chloroethyl)) phosphate). Current information indicates that the remaining 17 substances are of no concern to human health or the environment.

Of these remaining 17 substances, one is no longer used in Canada (Disperse Orange 5) and one is used primarily as a pesticide (Chloroacetamide) and this use will be discontinued later this year. Significant New Activity provisions are being proposed to manage the risks associated with these two substances. These provisions will prevent these substances from being used in the future without undergoing a new series of assessments.

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