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In Brief: Petroleum distillates

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Petroleum distillates: Consumer Product Safety Commission reopens comment period until Sept. 1 for its advance notice of proposed rulemaking requiring household products containing 10% or more petroleum distillates by weight with a viscosity less than 100 SUS at 100F to be packaged in child-resistant packaging, CPSC said in a July 21 Federal Register notice. Scheduled to close July 11, the comment period was extended at the behest of CTFA. The trade association requested the extension to give it more time to analyze data for several additional product categories that would be affected by the rule. CPSC initially extended the comment period by 60 days to July 11 at the request of the Chemical Specialties Manufactures Association. The ANPR was proposed in February and cited baby oil as one cosmetics product under investigation ("The Rose Sheet" March 3, p. 9). FDA said the ingredient is in 28 cosmetics formulations...



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