Latest Prop 65

California Regulatory Actions on PCBTF, Looking Ahead

September 10, 2019 Government Affairs
Notwithstanding PCBTF’s exempt-VOC status, over the past couple of years, the solvent has been the target of increased regulatory scrutiny. On June 28, 2019, OEHHA added PCBTF to the Proposition 65 list of chemicals.

OEHHA Adds PCBTF to Prop 65 List

July 2, 2019 Government Affairs
Under Prop 65, individuals must provide warnings prior to exposure to a chemical identified by the State of California to cause cancer or reproductive harm.

OEHHA Extends Comment Deadline for Proposal to Add PCBTF to Prop 65 List

January 15, 2019 Government Affairs
Under Prop 65, individuals must provide warnings prior to exposure to a chemical identified by the State of California to cause cancer or reproductive harm.

OEHHA Proposes Adding PCBTF to Prop 65 List

December 4, 2018 Industry News
Under Prop 65, individuals must provide warnings prior to exposure to a chemical identified by the State of California to cause cancer or reproductive harm.

Compliance Date for Amended Prop 65 “Clear and Reasonable Warnings” is August 29

May 8, 2018 Industry News
Under Prop. 65, individuals must provide warnings prior to exposure to a chemical identified by the State of California to cause cancer or reproductive harm. A Prop 65 warning must be “clear and reasonable” under the law, and Article 6 provides safe harbor language that businesses can adopt to ensure compliance and protect them from enforcement.

OEHHA to Provide Clarifications to Article 6: Clear and Reasonable Warnings Under Prop 65

November 21, 2016 Industry News
A Prop 65 warning must be “clear and reasonable” under the law, and Article 6 provides safe harbor language that businesses can adopt to ensure compliance and protect them from enforcement.