Toxic Free Kids Act
Comments

As required by Minn. Stat. 2010 116.9402 and 116.9403, Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) has published a list of chemicals called Chemicals of High Concern and Priority Chemicals on its website. Comments on these lists are being accepted by e-mail and by mail. All substantive comments will be posted on this page. Comments will be considered during the next revision of the Chemicals of High Concern or Priority Chemical lists.

To submit comments by e-mail, send to: health.risk@state.mn.us

To submit comments by mail, send to:

Chemicals of High Concern
Minnesota Department of Health
Environmental Health Division
Site Assessment and Consultation Unit
P.O. Box 64975
St. Paul, MN 55164-0975

Comments received:

EPS Molders Association: Comments on Listing of HBCD as a Priority Chemical per Minn. Stat. 2010 116.9403 May 31, 2011 (PDF: 114KB/3 pages)

Property Rights Association of Minnesota: Comments on the Dec. 2010 report to the Minnesota Legislature "Options to Reduce and Phase-Out Priority Chemicals in Children's Products and Promote Green Chemistry" February 17, 2011 (PDF: 494KB/1 page)

Resorcinol Task Force: Chemicals of High Concern List: Letter to MDH, January 18, 2011 (PDF: 107KB/2 pages)

Managing a Substance in the Marketplace when the Rules are Unclear 'A Case Study of a Thyroid-Active Chemical' C by Paul Ashford, Caleb Management Services Ltd. (PDF: 1,716KB/7 pages)

Organic Peroxide Producers Safety Division of the Society of the Plastics Industry, Inc.: Comments on the Minnesota Chemicals of High Concern list, September 29, 2010 (PDF: 239KB/3 pages)

North American Metals Council: Comments on Minnesota Chemicals of High Concern List, September 2, 2010 (PDF: 60KB/7 pages)

Minnesota Impacted Stakeholder Coalition: Minnesota Chemicals of High Concern List; Concerns and Recommendations Regarding Minnesota Chemicals of High Concern List, August 31, 2010 (PDF: 242KB/5 pages)

Pentachlorophenol Task Group: Comments on Development of the Priority Chemicals List, August 11, 2010 (PDF: 69KB/2 pages)

Treated Wood Council: Comments on the Development of the Priority Chemicals List, July 27, 2010 (PDF: 56KB/2 pages)

Minnesota Impacted Stakeholder Coalition: Concerns and Recommendations Regarding Minnesota Chemicals of High Concern List, May 4, 2010 (PDF: 282KB/13 pages)

Minnesota Impacted Stakeholder Coalition: Minnesota Chemicals of High Concern List, May 4, 2010 (PDF: 52KB/3 pages)

Updated Monday, 01-Jul-2013 06:57:19 CDT