Microbeads in Toiletries Regulations (SOR/2017-111)The Regulations will prohibit the manufacture, import, and sale of toiletries that contain plastic microbeads, including non-prescription drugs and natural health products. The types of toiletries covered include products such as bath and body products, skin cleansers and toothpaste.
Manager, Products Division, Environmental Protection Branch
Environment and Climate Change Canada
351 Saint-Joseph Blvd.
Gatineau, QC K1A 0H3
Phone number: 819-938-4483
Email address: email@example.com
Information to Help in Complying with the Regulations:
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|Canada Gazette||Date published||Volume and number|
|Part 1:||2016-11-05||Vol. 150, No. 45|
|Part 2:||2017-06-14||Vol. 151, No. 12|
Regulatory Text in HTML and PDF:
Full text of Current Regulation
PDF (4.29 MB, go to page 215)
- PDF (4.29 MB, go to page 215)
Full text of proposed regulation (includes Regulatory Impact Analysis)
PDF (1.55 MB, go to page 64)
- PDF (1.55 MB, go to page 64)
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