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Institute for Health and Consumer Protection Toxicology and Chemical Substances (TCS) European Chemicals Bureau I-21027 Ispra (VA) Italy

BENZYL BUTYL PHTHALATE (BBP) CAS No: 85-68-7 EINECS No: 201-622-7

Summary Risk Assessment Report

2008

EUR 22773 EN/2

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EUR 22773 EN/2 ISSN 1018-5593 Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of theEuropean Communities, 2008 © European Communities, 2008 Reproduction is authorised provided the source is acknowledged. Printed in Italy

BENZYL BUTYL PHTHALATE (BBP)
CAS No: 85-68-7 EINECS No: 201-622-7

SUMMARY RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT

Final report, 2008 Norway

Rapporteur for the risk assessment of benzyl butyl phthalate is the Norwegian Pollution Control Authority in consultation with theDirectorate of Labour Inspection, on behalf of the European Union. The scientific work on this report has been prepared by the National Institute of Public Health, the Norwegian Institute of Water Research and the National Institute of Occupational Health. Contact point: Norwegian Pollution Control Authority P.O. Box 8100 Dep. N- 0032 Oslo Norway Tel: +47 22 57 34 00 Fax: +47 22 67 67 06 Email:postmottak@sft.no

Date of Last Literature Search: Review of report by MS Technical Experts finalised: Final report: © European Communities, 2008

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PREFACE
This report provides a summary, with conclusions, of the risk assessment report of the substance benzyl butyl phthalate (BBP) that has been prepared by Norway in the context of Council Regulation (EEC) No. 793/93 on...
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