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 CALEPA Chief and State AGs Object to TSCA Reform Bill
 April 13, 2015
 CALEPA Chief and State AGs Object to TSCA Reform Bill   A bipartisan Senate bill to reform the outdated Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) “presents an immediate threat” to California's Safer Consumer Products Regulation according to CalEPA Secretary Matthew Rodriguez.Read full Story...

 Public Comment Period for Styrene Listing Proposal Extended.
 April 8, 2015
 Public Comment Period for Styrene Listing Proposal Extended.   California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) has extended the public comment period about whether styrene meets the criteria for an authoritative bodies listings under Proposition 65.Read full Story...

 Lawsuit Alleges High Levels of Arsenic Found in Some California Wines
 April 7, 2015
 Lawsuit Alleges High Levels of Arsenic Found in Some California Wines   A class action lawsuit alleging that some inexpensive California wines contain dangerously high levels of inorganic arsenic was filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court on March 19.Read full Story...

 Legislation Introduced to Require Warning Labels on Food Containers Made with BPA
 April 2, 2015
 Legislation Introduced to Require Warning Labels on Food Containers Made with BPA   New legislation has been proposed in the U.S. Senate that would require any food container made with the chemical Bisphenol A (BPA) should come with a warning label. Read full Story...

 Prop 65 Reform Bill Would Re-Define “Knowing and Intentional” Exposures
 March 31, 2015
 Prop 65 Reform Bill Would Re-Define “Knowing and Intentional” Exposures   A California Assembly member has introduced a Proposition 65 reform measure that if passed may have a significant impact on future Proposition 65 enforcement actions.Read full Story...

 First Court of Appeal Affirms Beech-Nut Decision
 March 27, 2015
 First Court of Appeal Affirms Beech-Nut Decision   California’s First District Court of Appeal has affirmed a trial court ruling in a landmark Proposition 65 case that may have a profound and lasting impact on future Proposition 65 enforcement actions.Read full Story...

 OEHHA Lists Six Triazine Pesticides and a Fragrance Agent
 March 27, 2015
 OEHHA Lists Six Triazine Pesticides and a Fragrance Agent  

California's Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) has listed six chlorinated triazine pesticides as reproductive toxicants under Proposition 65.  

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 John Hopkins Study of 4-MEI Levels Outdated and Unsubstantiated, Pepsico Says
 March 17, 2015
 John Hopkins Study of 4-MEI Levels Outdated and Unsubstantiated, Pepsico Says   PepsiCo Inc. is dismissing the results of a recent study conducted by John Hopkins researchers, which claimed that the levels of caramel coloring byproduct 4-MEI contained in some of the company’s products causes “avoidable and unnecessary” cancer risk concerns. Read full Story...

 Comment Period Extended for Labor Code Regulation
 March 17, 2015
    California's Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) has extended the public comment period on the latest version of its proposed Labor Code Regulation by one week.  Read full Story...

 Will Third Time Be the Charm for OEHHA’s Proposed Styrene Listing
 March 16, 2015
 Will Third Time Be the Charm for OEHHA’s Proposed Styrene Listing   California's Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) has announced it intends to list styrene (CAS No. (100-42-5) as a carcinogen under Proposition 65.Read full Story...

 Environmental Group Calls for Defunding of DTSC
 March 16, 2015
 Environmental Group Calls for Defunding of DTSC   An environmental advocacy group has asked Governor Jerry Brown and top lawmakers to defund the Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) or reform it from top to bottom, in the wake of the US Attorney's criminal investigation and closure of Exide Technologies.Read full Story...

 Plaintiff Group Seeks Repeal of Safe Harbor Level for Lead
 March 12, 2015
 Plaintiff Group Seeks Repeal of Safe Harbor Level for Lead   A veteran Proposition 65 citizen enforcement group has filed a petition and writ of mandate to challenge and repeal the Proposition 65 Safe Harbor level for lead.  The lawsuit against California’s Office of Environ-mental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) was filed in Alameda County Superior Court.Read full Story...

 DTSC Complaint Alleges Glass Bottle Maker Uses Hazardous Waste in Wine Bottles
 March 12, 2015
 DTSC Complaint Alleges Glass Bottle Maker Uses Hazardous Waste in Wine Bottles   OAKLAND – California’s Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) has accused Gallo Glass Company of using hazardous waste in the manufacturing process of their bottles in a civil complaint that Gallo officials say is “irresponsible” and without merit.Read full Story...

 OAL Rejects Labor Code Regulation For Lack of Clarity
 February 25, 2015
 OAL Rejects Labor Code Regulation For Lack of Clarity   California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) has resubmitted a revised version of its much maligned Labor Code Regulation after the state’s Office of Administrative Law (OAL) rejected the agency’s submission because it failed to meet the state’s clarity standards for regulations.Read full Story...

 Chemical Safety Legislation Expected in a Majority of States This Year
 February 24, 2015
 Chemical Safety Legislation Expected in a Majority of States This Year   A coalition of environmental health advocacy groups expects a majority of U.S. states to consider legislation to buttress their chemical regulations this year.Read full Story...

 NRDC Files Petition for Review of EPA Decision on Flea Collars
 February 23, 2015
 NRDC Files Petition for Review of EPA Decision on Flea Collars   The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) has filed a petition for review in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, challenging a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) decision to allow the continued use of tetrachlovinphos (TCVP) in flea control products used on pets. Read full Story...

 DART Committee to Consider BPA for Female Reproductive Toxicity at Next Meeting
 February 20, 2015
 DART Committee to Consider BPA for Female Reproductive Toxicity at Next Meeting   California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) today announced that the state’sDevelopmental and Reproductive Toxicant Identification Committee (DART-IC) will consider listing Bisphenol A (BPA) as a female reproductive toxicant at its next meeting on Thursday, May 7, 2015.Read full Story...

 Sacramento Judge Affirms DINP Listing in Tentative Ruling
 February 19, 2015
 Sacramento Judge Affirms DINP Listing in Tentative Ruling   A Sacramento County Superior Court judge has issued a tentative ruling determining that the December 2013 listing of, Diisononyl Phthalate (DINP), by the state's Carcinogen Identification Committee (CIC) followed the committee’s guidelines.Read full Story...

 California's New Industrial General Permit (IGP) will Regulate over 100,000 Previously Exempt Public and Private Facilities
 February 17, 2015
 California's New Industrial General Permit (IGP) will Regulate over 100,000 Previously Exempt Public and Private Facilities   Beginning July 1, 2015 over 100,000 previously exempt public and private facilities in California well become subject to the new IGP. Most of these facilities are unaware of their new obligations. However failure to file is a strict liability offence with mandatory minimum penalties of $3000 per month for every month a facility fails to comply.Read full Story...

 DTSC Settles Four Tainted Jewelry Cases
 February 2, 2015
 DTSC Settles Four Tainted Jewelry Cases   California’s Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) announced that it has settled four cases it filed against Los Angeles area retailers for violations of state laws aimed at protecting consumers from toxic levels of hazardous metals in jewelry.Read full Story...

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