The California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement act (“Proposition 65”) is intended by its authors to protect California’s citizens from substances determined to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm. The California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) maintains a continually updated list of chemicals considered or listed under Proposition 65.
Proposition 65 requires businesses to provide notice to Californians, when there is potential exposure to significant amounts of listed chemicals in the products they purchase. Businesses are required to give a “clear and reasonable warning” to individuals before knowingly or intentionally exposing them to listed Proposition 65 chemicals.
To guide businesses in determining whether a warning is necessary, OEHHA has developed a multitude of regulatory “safe harbor levels” for Proposition 65 chemicals. A safe harbor level identifies a level of exposure to a listed chemical that does not require a Proposition 65 warning. A business is not required to provide a warning, if exposure to a chemical occurs at or below these levels.
The products manufactured by Advanced interconnections Corp, variously contain one or more of the listed chemicals in Proposition 65, such as antimony trioxide, carbon black, p-dichlorobenzene, beryllium, lead, nickel, talc and tetrabromo-bisphenol A
Under normal conditions of use, assembly and handling, our products pose no foreseeable risk of exposure by the typical routes described in Proposition 65, such as inhalation, ingestion or dermal contact. Therefore, Advanced interconnections Corp does not post individual warning labels on our product packaging.
Advanced Interconnections Corp., West Warwick, RI, USA
Phone: 1 401 823 5200