Industry groups call for ditching of Prop 65 reprotox calculation amendments

A broad industry coalition has pushed back on proposed changes to how exposures to reproductive toxicants are calculated under Proposition 65. They claim the amendments would "place additional and unjustified burdens solely on the backs of businesses".

The comments, spearheaded by the California Chamber of Commerce and co-signed by more than 200 organizations across a range of business sectors, come in response to an October proposal from California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (Oehha). This proposed making "clarifying" changes to how businesses calculate exposures to consumer products – a key step in determining whether a warning must be provided under the state’s right-to-know scheme. Read Full Article - Chemical Watch, December 20, 2018