Recorded Tuesday, March 24th, at 11AM EDT
Presented by the American Chemistry Council and the Styrene Information & Research Center
On February 27, 2015, the California EPA’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) published a notice of intent to add the substance styrene to California’s Proposition 65 list.
The Styrene Information & Research Center and the American Chemistry Council’s Plastics Foodservice Packaging Group will provide an overview of Proposition 65 and how the action may affect downstream users of products made with styrene, like polystyrene foodservice packaging and others.
While many products could be affected by this action, it is important to remember that a Proposition 65 listing is not a safety determination. Experts from the Styrene Information & Research Center and the American Chemistry Council’s Plastics Foodservice Packaging Group will discuss labeling requirements, safe harbor limits, the potential for bounty hunter lawsuits and a workbook for applications, such as foodservice polystyrene packaging, will use to help value chain partners determine no significant risk levels.
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