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California DTSC Seeks Input On Lowering 1,4-Dioxane Levels In Cosmetics Under Safer Products Reg

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The Department of Toxic Substances Control released a work plan in May related to 1,4-dioxane in cosmetics and household cleaners, signaling a potential Priority Product listing on the horizon under California’s Safer Consumer Products regulation. The DTSC will host a second public workshop on the topic 21 Aug. and is accepting comments through 30 Aug.

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