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The Executive Director varied the terms of the Inventory listing for chemicals with CAS numbers 35483-86-4, 1195979-93-1, 1203451-13-1, 77699-82-2, 2000198-09-2 and 518045-13-1 because approval had been revoked for the proper name of the industrial chemical to be treated as confidential business information (CBI).
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Industrial chemicals with CAS numbers 2460842-85-5, 1190060-41-3, 2172951-29-8, 1226513-98-9, 1662689-47-5, 1639137-30-6, 1620990-76-2, 1639113-89-5, 467234-53-3 and 68412-87-3 have been added to the Australian Inventory of Industrial Chemicals in accordance with section 82 of the Industrial Chemicals Act 2019 because 5 years have passed since the assessment certificates for the industrial chemicals were issued.
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These new reports are published in accordance with the Industrial Chemicals (Consequential Amendments and Transitional Provisions) Rules 2019. 
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This permit has been under s30A of the Industrial Chemicals (Notification and Assessment) Act 1989, which continues to apply in accordance the Industrial Chemicals (Consequential Amendments and Transitional Provisions) Act 2019.
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On 26 August 2020, the Executive Director varied the terms of the Inventory listing for the industrial chemical with CAS number 2415656-58-3 because approval had been revoked for the proper name of the industrial chemical to be treated as confidential business information (CBI).
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Industrial chemicals with CAS numbers 190085-41-7, 68910-55-4, 144158-10-1, 61960-52-9, 247243-43-2 and 96022-48-9 have been added to the Australian Inventory of Industrial Chemicals (the Inventory) in accordance with section 82 of the Industrial Chemicals Act 2019 because 5 years have passed since the assessment certificates for the industrial chemicals were issued.
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We’re often asked who is responsible for regulating the introduction of cosmetics that contain sunscreen in Australia, so we've published some new guidance and frequently asked questions on this topic.
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