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EC number: 234-853-7
CAS number: 12036-76-9
Existing classification in accordance with Commission Regulation (EC) No
1272/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council on
classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures.
Index No. 082-001-00-6 "lead compounds with the exception of those
specified elsewhere in this Annex".
The basis of the original harmonised environmental classifications is
unknown. However current industry data supports those EU environmental
The basis of the original harmonised human health classifications is
unknown. However the CSR includes self-classification that, based on
industry’s analysis of current data, proposes CHANGES TO THE EU
CLASSIFICATION with the addition of Carc. 2 and Lact. (which are not
covered in the Annex VI entry), and the change of the minimum
("asterisk") classification STOT RE2 to STOT RE1. Industry
proposes that the existing SCL of ≥0.5% is maintained for STOT RE1.
Industry believes that data are available that support removal of
classification Acute Tox. 4 (oral); H302: Harmful if swallowed. Acute
Tox. 4 (inhalation); H332: Harmful if inhaled. However, this can only be
undertaken by making a proposal to ECHA to be discussed at RAC and the
classification officially changed via an Adaption to Technical Progress.
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