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SIN List
SIN List:  As you recall, the NGO (ChemSec) list was due out on September 17, and in fact was on time.  For other relevant information (e.g., methodology), go to
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The Global Portal to Information on Chemical Substances.
eChemPortal offers free public access to information on properties of chemicals: Physical chemical properties; Environmental Fate and Behaviour; Ecotoxicity; and Toxicity.
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European Chemicals Bureau - Links of Resources.
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The OECD provides governments with the analytical basis to develop environmental policies that are effective and economically efficient, including through performance reviews, data collection, policy analysis, and projections.
Contains links to the eChemPortal and other databases for the Investigation of Existing Chemicals.
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Briefing Paper
A brief on the Montebello Agreement (MA) under the Security & Prosperity Partnership of North America.  The MA, announced by EPA, is a trilateral agreement among the U.S., Canada and Mexico to cooperate on chemicals assessment and management activities.
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White Paper
A New Language for Toxicologists: Globally Harmonized System  of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS).  Comments prepared on behalf of the Society of Toxicology by members of the Occupational and Public Health Specialty Section.
The purpose of this document is to describe The Occupational and Public Health Specialty Section (OPHSS) rationale for supporting GHS as well as to communicate the potential challenges and concerns of this system pertaining to the field of toxicology.
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