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CLP Regulation - ECHA Public consultation: Proposals for NEW harmonised classification and labelling: mecetronium ethyl sulphate [MES]

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[Deleted] Garry Wiles 1 year ago  
Dear Biocides active substances web community member The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) has invited interested parties to comment on proposals for new harmonised classification and labelling (CLH) for some substances. These include mecetronium ethyl sulphate [MES] (EC 221-106-5; CAS 3006-10-8). This is an active substance used in biocidal products mainly as a disinfectant for human hygiene products. It has no existing harmonised classification and labelling in Annex VI. Comments are invited on physical hazards, environmental hazards, acute toxicity, skin corrosion/irritation, serious eye damage/eye irritation, skin sensitisation, germ cell mutagenicity, reproductive toxicity, STOT SE and STOT RE hazard classes. Public consultation lasts for 45 days. Comments should be submitted to ECHA (and not HSE) by 14 July 2017. The CLH reports are available on the ECHA website and the detailed proposals can be viewed here: I hope this is useful. Kind regards Garry Wiles Biocides active substances web community Manager
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