Introduction to California Proposal 65
California Proposal No. 65, the "Drinking Water Safety and Toxic Substance Enforcement Act of 1986," was issued in November 1986. Its purpose is to protect California residents and the state’s drinking water sources so that the water sources do not contain known Cancer, birth defects or other substances that are harmful to reproduction and development, and inform residents truthfully when such substances appear.
The need for California 65 certification
If the product is not qualified, exporting to the United States will have the following effects
1. Anyone who violates or may violate the terms of the proposal will be litigated in court;
2. Anyone who violates the terms will be subject to a fine of up to $2500 per day.
Companies should try to avoid using substances included in the California Proposition 65 hazardous substances list. Evaluate product risks and clarify the key controlled substances in the product.
California 65 certification applicable countries
United States, California
California 65 certification process
1. Fill in the application form
2. Send samples
3. Arrange a test after payment
4. Issue a report
California 65 test project
For different products, different materials, the controlled chemical substances are different, and the limit requirements are also different.
California 65 certification cycle
5-7 working days
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