Safer Consumer Products
The Safer Consumer Products (SCP) program is using a four-step process to reduce toxic chemicals in the products that consumers buy and use. It identifies specific products that contain potentially harmful chemicals and asks manufacturers to answer two questions: 1) Is this chemical necessary? 2) Is there a safer alternative?
Want more details? See our Program Overview page for more information about the SCP Program.
DTSC developed an informational list of Candidate Chemicals based on... Read More
Priority Products are consumer products that contain one or more Candidate Chemicals... Read More
In the Alternatives Analysis process, manufacturers must compare the Chemical of... Read More
Depending on the outcome of the Alternatives Analysis process for each Priority Product... Read More
DTSC will host a public meeting on June 28, 2019 to discuss and receive public input on adverse impacts associated with the presence of 1,4-dioxane.
The Preliminary Alternatives Analysis (PAA) Report Template is designed to assist responsible entities in organizing and presenting their PAA Report to fulfill SCP regulatory requirements.
DTSC has adopted regulations to list paint or varnish strippers containing methylene chloride as a Priority Product effective January 1, 2019.
DTSC has adopted regulations to list spray polyurethane foam systems with unreacted methylene diphenyl diisocyanates as a Priority Product effective July 1, 2018.