EINECS

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EINECSEuropean Inventory of Existing Commercial Chemical Substances
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Chemical substances that are listed in either EINECS or the TSCA Inventory are classified as existing chemicals.
First of all, the number of registered substances: 36,000 substances in the EINECS list and 4,000 in the ELINCS list made a total of 40,000 substances officially circulating in the EU market (2007), which appears still to be underestimated.
In the Latvian list, the chemical substances are identified by the Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) number, or occasionally the European Inventory of Existing Commercial chemical Substances (EINECS) numbers; structural or chemical formulas are also included, which greatly facilitate the search in the list, because the relevant information is not always accessible on the websites in English.
All of the company's products are formulated from raw materials that comply with the chemical substance inventory lists of TSCA, DSL, MITI, EINECS, Australia and Korea.
Material is indexed by chemical name and synonym, CAS Registry number, and EINECS number.
The European Commission has brought the European Inventory of Existing Commercial Chemical Substances (EINECS) up to date.
The book is thoroughly cross-referenced by chemical composition, function, CAS, EINECS, FEMA and E numbers, giving where possible details of synonyms, formulas, toxicology, precautions and usage levels, as well as summaries of regulatory information for the United States, Europe and Japan.
Delisle insisted that plant components have a strong scientific validation supporting their active role as antimicrobials, and she pointed out that many different plants are already recognized by CAS and EINECS for their antimicrobial benefits.
All of the company's proprietary mold releases and process aid additives are formulated from raw materials that comply with the chemical substance inventory lists of TSCA, DSL, MITI, EINECS, Australia and Korea.
This list, published in accordance with Commission Decision 85/71/EEC, complements the European inventory of marketed chemicals (Einecs), published in June 1990, which lists all substances placed on the market up to September 18, 1981.
The CD-ROM product will be an easy-to-use tool for determining whether a substance is on the TSCA inventory, the European Inventory of Existing Commercial Chemical Substances (EINECS), the European List of Notified Chemical Substances (ELINCS), or the Canadian Domestic or Non-Domestic Substances Lists (DSL/NDSL).
It is made from several "green" surfactant ingredients, is EINECS listed and is a safe, mild, non-irritating material.
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