Sun Chemical's Spring 2023 Newsletter Released
Sun Chemical has recently released its Spring 2023 Regulatory Newsletter, available for download on its website.
The newsletter provides essential information and updates about global and regional regulatory changes to help customers navigate evolving regulations.
The latest issue highlights the European Union General Court's ruling on titanium dioxide and how it will impact the Classification, Labelling and Packaging (CLP) regulation.
Additionally, the newsletter covers a range of food-contact materials related to packaging, such as inks, coatings, and adhesives.
Some of the latest updates related to food-contact materials include restrictions on per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances under EU REACH and the Clean Water Act in the United States, reporting requirements for manufacturers of products containing "priority control substances" in South Korea's K-Reach Amendment, and California's intention to list glycidyl methacrylate as a carcinogen under Proposition 65.
The newsletter also provides information about the first recommended changes to the U.S. cosmetics regulations since the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act of 1938, toy migration limits in Israel, and new restrictions on mineral oil-containing substances in France.
Sun Chemical is committed to sustainable and eco-efficient business practices and strives to produce bio-renewable, recyclable, and compostable products to help its customers meet regulations and sustainability goals.
Their annual Corporate Sustainability Report focuses on their dedication to developing sustainable products and services to meet customer demands.
Click here to download a copy of the Spring 2023 Regulatory Newsletter from Sun Chemical's website.
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Source: Sun Chemical