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Potential Aquatic Impacts and Continued Uses of Nonylphenol Ethoxylates and Triclosan






Comments for Package: Potential Aquatic Impacts and Continued Uses of Nonylphenol Ethoxylates and Triclosan


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- Theme 1. Nonylphenol ethoxylates in cleaning and clothing products
- Theme 2. Triclosan product uses, removal, and substitution
- Theme 3. Aquatic hazards and the detection of NPE, triclosan methyl triclosan, and other transformation products that can impact the aquatic environment or resources
- Theme 4. Other Candidate Chemicals or Products that may impact the aquatic environment or resources


Please see attached comments.




AAFA Comments Regarding the Continued Use of Nonylphenol Ethoxylates in Clothing Products







- Theme 1. Nonylphenol ethoxylates in cleaning and clothing products
- Theme 2. Triclosan product uses, removal, and substitution
- Theme 3. Aquatic hazards and the detection of NPE, triclosan methyl triclosan, and other transformation products that can impact the aquatic environment or resources
- Theme 4. Other Candidate Chemicals or Products that may impact the aquatic environment or resources


Please see attached comments.




APERC Comments DTSC - Work Plan Implementation: Aquatic Impacts







- Theme 1. Nonylphenol ethoxylates in cleaning and clothing products
- Theme 2. Triclosan product uses, removal, and substitution
- Theme 3. Aquatic hazards and the detection of NPE, triclosan methyl triclosan, and other transformation products that can impact the aquatic environment or resources
- Theme 4. Other Candidate Chemicals or Products that may impact the aquatic environment or resources


February 28, 2017

Karl Palmer, Chief
Safer Consumer Products Branch
Department of Toxic Substances Control
P.O. Box 806, Sacramento, CA 95812

Re: Priority Products Work Plan Implementation: Potential Aquatic Impacts and Continued Uses of Nonylphenol Ethoxylates and Triclosan.

Dear Mr. Palmer:

These comments are submitted on behalf of the Environmental Working Group, a nonprofit public health research and advocacy organization based in Washington, D.C., with offices in San Francisco and
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EWG Comments Re. Aquatic Impacts, NPEs and Triclosan







- Theme 1. Nonylphenol ethoxylates in cleaning and clothing products
- Theme 2. Triclosan product uses, removal, and substitution


Attached is a letter from the Washington State Department of Ecology (Ecology) related to the submittal of three spreadsheets to DTSC with data from the following databases:
• WA Children’s Safe Products Act (CSPA) Manufacturer Reporting Database: https://fortress.wa.gov/ecy/cspareporting/
• WA Product Testing Database: https://fortress.wa.gov/ecy/ptdbpublicreporting/
• WA Environmental Information Management Database: http://www.ecy.wa.gov/eim/

Ecology is pleased to provide copies of the
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2017-02-28 Ecology Letter Nonyphenol Ethoxylates and Triclosan







- Theme 1. Nonylphenol ethoxylates in cleaning and clothing products


The California Retailers Association concurs with, supports and echoes the comments submitted by the Apparel and Footwear International RSL Management Group (AFIRM) re "Potential Aquatic Impacts and Continued Uses of Nonylphenol Ethoxylates (NPEs) and Tricolsan".

NPEs are already voluntarily being removed from the supply chain, and will be regulated in the European Union in 2021. There are functionally acceptable, technically feasible and economically feasible alternatives already in use. Thus,
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- Theme 1. Nonylphenol ethoxylates in cleaning and clothing products


To California Department of Toxic Substances Control,

The Apparel and Footwear International RSL Management (AFIRM) Group welcomes this opportunity to provide DTSC with information on the use of nonlyphenol ethoxylates (NPEs) in clothing products as part of the Safer Consumer Products (SCP) prioritization process. NPEs have historically played a significant role in a wide variety of apparel and footwear manufacturing processes, and AFIRM seeks to demonstrate the substantial progress made to da
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AFIRM CA DTSC NPE Comments







- Theme 3. Aquatic hazards and the detection of NPE, triclosan methyl triclosan, and other transformation products that can impact the aquatic environment or resources
- Theme 4. Other Candidate Chemicals or Products that may impact the aquatic environment or resources


Please see attached comments from Keith Maruya (SCCWRP) and Rebecca Sutton (SFEI).




Comments from SCCWRP and SFEI







- Theme 1. Nonylphenol ethoxylates in cleaning and clothing products


To whom it may concern:
I am writing on behalf of Women’s Voices for the Earth, a non-profit women’s environmental health organization. Our mission is to eliminate the toxic chemicals that harm our health and communities, and we are particularly concerned about the toxic chemicals found in fragrances.
Regarding the DTSC’s request for information on Potential Aquatic Impacts and Continued Uses of Nonylphenol Ethoxylates, we would like to bring to your attention our concerns about the use of no
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WVE comments to DTSC on NPEs


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