Regulatory Sources

The hazard symbol for toxic/highly toxic subst...
The hazard symbol for toxic/highly toxic substances according to directive 67/548/EWG by the European Chemicals Bureau. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The following pdf documents Toxicity, Exposure and Environmental Disposition Data Sources that can be used for information about toxicity, exposure and environmental disposition for the chemicals evaluated as candidate Priority Chemicals (PCs).  A summary was not necessarily available from each source for each chemical. Sources used in evaluating a particular chemical are referenced within the MDH summary for that chemical.  This is a starting point.

http://www.health.state.mn.us/divs/eh/hazardous/topics/toxfreekids/pclist/sources.pdf

Some of the toxic chemicals are–

California is the only State in the Union that has a comprehensive list of hazardous toxins.

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