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New chemical public reports - 19 February 2021

The public report for each of following new industrial chemicals are published in accordance with s13 of the Industrial Chemicals (Consequential Amendments and Transitional Provisions) Rules 2019. 

List of new chemical public reports published

Reference number

Applicant

Chemical or trade name

Hazardous substances

Introduction volume (kg)

Use

Indorama Ventures Oxides Australia Pty Ltd

Oxyclear® Additive 3500

No

less than or equal to 40 tonnes per annum

Component of food packaging

Konica Minolta Business Solutions Australia Pty Ltd Additive for KM-1 HS101    ND ND less than or equal to 1 tonne per annum Component of UV-cured inks for commercial printing
BASF Australia Ltd Fatty acids, C12-14, reaction products with sulfur trioxide, sodium salts Yes less than or equal to 700 tonnes per annum Component of cosmetic and household cleaning products
Akzo Nobel Pty Ltd International Polyester LDR ND1 less than 65 tonnes per annum Component of industrial surface coating
Cintox Australia Pty Ltd Octanoic acid, 2-butyl- ND less than or equal to 200 tonnes per annum Additive for mining/metal extraction and metalworking fluids
Parchem Constructions Supplies Pty Ltd Carbon nanotubes Yes less than 85 tonnes per annum Component of concrete for industrial use
Carst & Walker (Australia) Pty Ltd Crambe abyssinica seed oil phytosterol esters (INCI name) No less than or equal to 1 tonne per annum Ingredient in cosmetics
BASF Australia Ltd Chemical in Emulgade® Sucro Plus ND less than 80 tonnes per annum Emulsifier for use in personal skin and hair care products
Symrise Pty Ltd Decanoic acid, mixed diesters with octanoic acid and 1,3-propanediol ND less than or equal to 2 tonnes per annum Cosmetic ingredient

Not determined (ND): Based on the information available, the assessed chemical cannot be classified according to the Globally Harmonised System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS), as adopted for industrial chemicals in Australia.

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