Priority substances list assessment report .: En40-215E-PDF

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This series examines various substances to determine whether they are toxic. Each report summarizes the information used, based on a wide range of research, to determine whether a substance is toxic under the definitions of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act. Includes detailed references.

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Department/Agency Canada. Environment Canada.
Canada. Health and Welfare Canada.
Title Priority substances list assessment report .
Publication type Series - Browse issue records
Language [English]
Other language editions [French]
Format Electronic
Other formats Paper-[English]
Note(s) At head of title: Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999. "The Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 (CEPA 1999) requires the federal Ministers of the Environment and of Health to prepare and publish a Priority Substances List (PSL) that identifies substances, including chemicals, groups of chemicals, effluents and wastes, that may be harmful to the environment or constitute a danger to human health."--Introduction.
Issued also in French under title:
1990-1992 issued by Environment Canada and Health and Welfare Canada (called 1993- Health Canada).
Publishing information Ottawa : Environment Canada, 1990-
Chronology No. 1-
Frequency Irregular
Catalogue number
  • En40-215E-PDF
Subject terms Hazardous materials
Environmental impact assessment
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