For a world free of hazardous chemicals

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ChemSec - bridging the gap between regulators, business, investors, NGOs and science

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28 new SIN List chemicals to start acting on

28 new SIN chemicals to start acting on

Additional 28 chemicals identified as Substances of Very High Concern and included on the SIN List

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Our new tool SINimilarity

SINimilarity

Search among 80,000 chemicals to find out if they are similar to the chemicals on the SIN List!

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The SIN List divided into 31 groups

31 SIN groups

The SIN List is divided into 31 groups based on structural similarity which in turn can be linked to toxicological effects.


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Financial investors taking action

Sustainable investments avoiding hazardous chemicals

Concrete tools for investors wanting to avoid the risks of investing in high concern chemicals

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”The SIN List is a major driver for innovation”

European Commission: The SIN List is a major driver for innovation

States the European Commission in their "Thematic studies for Review of REACH 2012"

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SIN in California legislation

The SIN List is used as a reference in the development of a new California chemicals regulation. DTSC, the California Department of Toxic Substances Control, takes notice of the SIN List in its Draft Straw Proposal Outline of “Safer Alternatives for Consumer Products” Rule.


To identify chemicals of concern in consumer products, the DTSC states that it is important with a flexible regulation to be able to “adopt chemicals appearing on new, relevant “lists” (e.g., the SIN List), as they are published, without the need to conduct additional rulemaking.”

 
The DTSC Draft Straw Proposal Outline of “Safer Alternatives for Consumer Products” Rule