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    Why DINP belongs on the SIN List – ChemSec

    DINP was placed on the SIN List in 2008 because “reprotoxic effects and effects on development have been reported and it is a suspected endocrine disruptor”. This conclusion was drawn following scientific review based on the officially available peer-reviewed data that had been published by 2008, and we therefore concluded it to be a

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    What is the SIN List? - ChemSec

    The SIN List is a list of hazardous chemicals that are used in a wide variety of articles, products and manufacturing processes around the globe. The SIN abbreviation – Substitute It Now – implies that these chemicals should be removed as soon as possible as they pose a threat to human health and the environment.

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    About Us – ChemSec

    Among other things, we are developing the SIN List and a host of other online tools, which guide companies forward and show how they can reduce the use hazardous chemicals in their products and supply chains. Used by tens of thousands of professionals around the world, these tools are recognised by many of the world’s biggest companies, the

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    The SIN List is more relevant than the Candidate List – ChemSec

    That’s why we welcome all forms of criticism and feedback on the list. The latest entity to scrutinize the SIN List is the European Chemicals Agency, ECHA. In a recent analysis, the chemical agency states that the majority of the substances on the SIN List “are regulated or under scrutiny”. But since the SIN List contains 912 chemicals

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    SIN List - ChemSec

    The SIN Producers List is the only searchable database of companies that are producing or importing the most hazardous chemicals in Europe and USA. Go The Marketplace is a free-of-charge business to business website where buyers and sellers of alternatives to hazardous chemicals can interact.

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    The new SIN List chemicals

    PBTs/vPvBs. UV-360 (CAS 103597-45-1) This is a UV filter used in many different products such as cosmetics, rubbers, textiles and plastics. It is found in various water bodies and sediments and is Persistent, Bioaccumulative and Toxic.

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