TiO2 WORLD SUMMIT: Threat of EU carcinogen classification grows

By William Clarke
Published: Tuesday, 01 October 2019

Concerns are growing that titanium dioxide products sold in Europe will need carcinogen warning labels.

Titanium dioxide manufacturers and consumers faced up to the growing likelihood that their product will be labelled as a potential carcinogen at the annual TiO2 World Summit in Berlin.

Speaking at the conference, David Lockley, toxicology manager at TiO2 producer Venator, and chair of the Titanium Dioxide Manufacturers Association’s scientific...

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