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Chemical Management Laws 2012: Business Opportunity, Public Protection or Barrier to Trade?
Lynn L. Bergeson, Robert W. Hamilton
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Defining the Issue: Chemical Management and Trade Barriers
Chapter 2. New Tricks, Old Law: SNURs, SNUNs, and Related Developments in Domestic Chemical Regulation
Chapter 3. The Challenges of Making Products Greener
Chapter 4. Chemical Management Laws 2012: A Manufacturer's Perspective
Chapter 5. From Risk Management to Risk Perception: The Evolution of Right to Know
Chapter 6. Domestic Chemical Regulatory Developments Affecting the Home Appliance Industry
Chapter 7. Appendix 1: Summary of the Board of Review on D5
Chapter 8. Chemical Regulation and Its Impact on the United States: Irritants and Cooperations; The Role of ECHA in the REACH Evaluation and Authorisation Phases
Chapter 9. Other Global Chemical Programs and Their Growing Trade Influence: China and Asia Region
Chapter 10. Ethical Issues Relating to Chemical Processes and Permitting
Chapter 11. Charting a Course and Achieving Success in the Marketplace
Chapter 12. Background Briefing on the Canadian Chemicals Management Plan and a Case Study of Siloxanes D4, D5 & D6 (PowerPoint)
Chapter 13. Other Global Chemical Programs and Growing Trade Influence (PowerPoint)
Chapter 14. Other Global Chemical Programs and their Growing Trade Influence--Brazil (PowerPoint)
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