ChemSec’s Decision To Keep DINP On Its SIN List Contradicts ECHA RAC Conclusion

ChemSec has recently communicated its decision to maintain DINP in their SIN list[1], which does not reflect the conclusions published earlier this year by ECHA’s Risk Assessment Committee (RAC)[2] . Based on a scientific assessment of all the available data, RAC concluded that “no classification for DINP for either effects on sexual function and fertility, or for developmental toxicity is warranted”.

European Plasticisers has contacted ChemSec to provide the latest scientific data and regulatory conclusions and is open for further dialogue.