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Regulations  

Which plasticizer began its regulatory journey back in the 1980s and continues to be found safe for all current applications by regulatory agencies?



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Regulatory Journey  

You shouldn’t measure success on day one.
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REACH Awareness  

What does REACH registration mean for your business?

DINP and DIDP1 plasticizers have been evaluated and confirmed safe in all current applications by REACH


REACH registration numbers

   DINP     DIDP 
   01-2119432682-41-0000        01-2119422347-43-0000  
1 ExxonMobil commercializes DINP and DIDP under the brand Jayflex™ 
For use of DINP or DIDP within the EU 

ExxonMobil can supply DINP and DIDP to you within the EU without you having any REACH registration requirements relating to these substances. 


For import of DINP or DIDP into the EU 

For any legal entity wishing to import DINP or DIDP into the EU as a substance or a mixture (including compounds) then REACH registration requirements apply. Letters of data access are available via REACH Centrum to support your registration. 


For articles containing DINP or DIDP 

For article manufacturers within the EU (using DINP and DIDP supplied by ExxonMobil) and importers into the EU of such articles there are no requirements for notification or registration with ECHA.



disclaimer
This information is a guide only and is not intended to provide in-depth regulatory or legal review that may be required to properly determine your company's requirements under Reach. Regulatory and legal questions should be raised to an expert in the field and with legal counsel.
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Lack of data may not mean safer!  

DINP and DIDP1 are among the most tested plasticizers in the world

1 ExxonMobil commercializes DINP and DIDP under the brand Jayflex™

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1 ExxonMobil commercializes DINP and DIDP under the brand Jayflex™

2 CPSC is currently reviewing this conclusion

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Prop 65 Warning label quiz  



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Everything about Prop 65  

IMPORTANT NOTICE  

Prop 65

  • is informational 
  • is NOT a restriction 
  • is NOT a ban 
  • does NOT require to deselect DINP and DIDP
  • describes Safe Harbor Levels 
  • does NOT require a warning label if exposure is below Safe Harbor Level 


1 ExxonMobil commercializes DINP and DIDP under the brand Jayflex™

What is Prop 65? 

  • a California “right to know” law 
  • a list of potentially harmful chemicals 
  • aims to warn consumers about these chemicals in products


“All things are poison, and nothing is without poison; the dose determines the poison.” 

Paracelsus [1493 –1541]

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Prop 65 
IN or OUT  

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