Silicone Industry Research Commitment
Use of multiple lines of evidence to provide a realistic toxic substances control act ecological risk evaluation based on monitoring data: D4 case study
Assessing the Aquatic Risks of the Cyclic Volatile Methyl Siloxane D4
Benthic invertebrate exposure and chronic toxicity risk analysis for cyclic volatile methylsiloxanes: Comparison of hazard quotient and probabilistic risk assessment approaches
Elucidating the Behavior of Cyclic Volatile Methylsiloxanes in a Subarctic Freshwater Food Web: A Modeled and Measured Approach
Tissue-based risk assessment of cyclic volatile methyl siloxanes
Growth‐Correcting the Bioconcentration Factor and Biomagnification Factor in Bioaccumulation Assessments
The Real World Costs of Heavy-Handed Chemical Regulation
Industry in India calls for more transparency in development of overarching chemical law
SEHSC Welcomes EPA-Granted Manufacturer-Requested Risk Evaluation of D4
WASHINGTON (October 7, 2020) – Members of the Silicones Environmental, Health and Safety Center (SEHSC), a sector group of the American Chemistry Council (ACC), today welcomed a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) decision to grant the industry’s request for a risk evaluation of D4 under the Toxic Substances Control Act. SEHSC is planning to formally notify EPA […]Read More >
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