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Chemicals of High Concern 2010 Archived List
Note: The information below is an archive of the Chemicals of High Concern (CHC) list released in July 2010. For the current CHC list, please see the Chemicals of High Concern Web page.
The Archived 2010 Chemicals of High Concern list can be downloaded from the links below. Choose the format that best suits your purposes.The list content is the same in all four files.
Microsoft Excel (.xls) format (432 KB)
(Note: If you are importing the Excel file into a database such as Microsoft Access, it is helpful to select the "memo" data type for columns labeled "Chemical Name," "Source(s)" and "Use example(s) or class" to prevent truncation of content in some cells. If you do not have Microsoft Excel installed on your computer, you might need to install a free Excel Viewer from Microsoft to view the list in this format.)
Text - tab delimited (.txt) format (287 KB)
(Note: Content in the columns labeled "Chemical Name," "Source(s)," and "Use example(s) or class" is lengthy for some records. To prevent truncation of content, it is useful to select "memo" or the equivalent when importing this file into a database or spreadsheet.)
October 2010 updates to the Chemicals of High Concern list (PDF: 266KB/3 pages)
This update concerns designation of some inorganic chemicals as high production volume and some source attributions were corrected. There were no chemicals added or removed during this update.
Acronyms and Abbreviations (PDF: 153KB/2 pages)
Minnesota Chemicals of High Concern List Methodology (2010) (PDF: 239KB/28 pages)
Provides information about how chemicals were selected for the Chemicals of High Concern list