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California 65
Project Introduction
California Proposition 65, the Drinking Water Safety and Toxic Substances 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 chemicals known to cause Cancer, birth defects or other substances that harm reproductive development, and truthfully notify residents when such substances appear. California Proposition 65 regulates chemicals known to the state to cause cancer or reproductive toxicity. More than 700 chemicals have been classified as such chemicals and are subject to supervision.


Applicable areas
For all products sold in California.

1. Jewelry and toys
2. Electrical devices, glass ceramic materials
3. Clothing, accessories, medicines, pesticides, dyes
4. Cosmetics and gifts
5. Manufacturing or construction supplies, by-products of chemical processes such as automobile exhaust, smoke, natural gas combustion, etc.
The core requirements of the proposal: 1. The hazardous substances listed in the proposal are not allowed to be discharged into drinking water.

2. Provide clear and reasonable warnings (for listed substances, warnings are required unless the exposure level is extremely low and will not pose a risk).

purpose meaning
Once a chemical is placed on the Proposition 65 list, manufacturers and distributors will have one year to implement warnings and 20 months to cease the release of chemicals into drinking water sources. After this date, the government or individual enforcers, including individuals or organizations representing the public interest, may take legal action against those who fail to meet the standards.
Among the roughly 800 chemicals listed, consumer products containing lead have been a source of concern over the past few years. Lead was classified as a reproductive toxicant in 1987 and a carcinogen in 1992. It can affect almost all parts of the human biological system, including the central nervous system (which can lead to dementia). Other symptoms include anemia, loss of appetite, abdominal pain, constipation, insomnia, irritability, headaches and fatigue. For children, lead can also affect physical growth and intellectual development.
regulatory requirements
The limit requirements for common products are classified as follows:
adult jewelry
Total lead
(Only test accessible parts)
Textiles in jewelry 200mg/kg
Coated metal (Class II materials) 60000mg/kg
Uncoated metal (Class II materials) 15000mg/kg
Plastic, rubber, coated plastic (Class II materials) 200mg/kg
Paint, surface coating 90mg/kg
Category III materials 600mg/kg
Total cadmium
(Only test accessible parts)
Including plastics, coatings, metals, etc. 300mg/kg
Phthalic
(Only test accessible parts)
PVC, other soft rubber and synthetic leather 3P: DBP/BBP/DEHP 1000mg/kg/each item
children's jewelry
Total lead
(Only test accessible parts)
Textiles in jewelry 100mg/kg
Base material 100mg/kg
Paint, surface coating 90mg/kg
Total cadmium
(Only test accessible parts)
Including plastics, coatings, metals, etc. 300mg/kg
Phthalic
(Only test accessible parts)
PVC in children’s toy jewelry
7P:DBP/BBP/DEHP/DINP/DNOP/DIDP/DNHP,
DINP/DNOP<1000mg/kg, other items<600mg/kg
PVC in children's jewelry (non-toy jewelry)
5P: DBP/BBP/DEHP/DIDP/DNHP each <600mg/kg
Non-PVC plastics in children’s toy jewelry
7P:DBP/BBP/DEHP/DINP/DNOP/DIDP/DNHP
Each item <1000mg/kg
Non-PVC plastics in children's jewelry (non-toy jewelry)
5P: DBP/BBP/DEHP/DIDP/DNHP each <1000mg/kg
Children's products (including toys and parenting products)
Total lead
(Only test accessible parts)
PVC in long-term skin contact 30mg/kg
Paint, surface coating 90mg/kg
Cosmetics that come into contact with lips include lipstick, lip gloss, lip liner, etc. 5mg/kg
General cosmetics including eye shadow, blush 10mg/kg
Other materials 100mg/kg
Total cadmium
Children's toys (only test accessible parts, including plastics and coatings) 300 mg/kg
Children's products other than children's toys include child care products (only made upon customer's request) 300 mg/kg
Phthalic
(Only test accessible parts)
PVC in child care products intended for children under three years of age
7P:DBP/BBP/DEHP/DINP/DNOP/DIDP/DNHP,
DINP/DNOP<1000mg/kg, other items<600mg/kg
PVC in toys
7P:DBP/BBP/DEHP/DINP/DNOP/DIDP/DNHP
Non-PVC plastics in toys
7P:DBP/BBP/DEHP/DINP/DNOP/DIDP/DNHP
Each item <1000mg/kg
PVC in general children’s products:
5P:DBP/BBP/DEHP/DIDP/DNHP
Each item <600mg/kg
Non-PVC plastics in child care products intended for children under three years of age
7P:DBP/BBP/DEHP/DINP/DNOP/DIDP/DNHP
Each item <1000mg/kg
Non-PVC plastics in general children’s products:
5P:DBP/BBP/DEHP/DIDP/DNHP
Each item <1000mg/kg
General products (such as headphones, speakers, etc.)
Total lead
(Only test accessible parts)
Plastics (including PVC) in textiles with long-term contact with skin, rubber 30mg/kg
Plastics in textiles not in long-term contact with skin (excluding PVC), rubber and plastic wires, switches 100mg/kg
PVC not in long-term contact with skin 100mg/kg
Paint, surface coating 90mg/kg
Solder 100mg/kg
Metal 100mg/kg
Cosmetics that come into contact with lips include lipstick, lip gloss, lip liner, etc. 10mg/kg
General cosmetics including eye shadow, blush 5mg/kg
Textile materials 100mg/kg
Other materials 100mg/kg
Total cadmium
(Only done upon customer request)
Phthalic
(Only test accessible parts)
PVC in general products
5P: DBP/BBP/DEHP/DIDP/DnHP each <600mg/kg
PVC in headphone cables
5P: DBP/BBP/DEHP/DIDP/DnHP each <100mg/kg
Non-PVC in general products
5P: DBP/BBP/DEHP/DIDP/DnHP each <1000mg/kg
Testing fee
The California 65 testing fee is only a one-time charge for product testing. There is no factory review, no annual review, and no annual fees, audit fees and other follow-up fees. The specific price varies depending on the complexity of the product.

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Home > Products >
Certification
>
California 65

California 65

Detail Information
Product Description

California 65
Project Introduction
California Proposition 65, the Drinking Water Safety and Toxic Substances 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 chemicals known to cause Cancer, birth defects or other substances that harm reproductive development, and truthfully notify residents when such substances appear. California Proposition 65 regulates chemicals known to the state to cause cancer or reproductive toxicity. More than 700 chemicals have been classified as such chemicals and are subject to supervision.


Applicable areas
For all products sold in California.

1. Jewelry and toys
2. Electrical devices, glass ceramic materials
3. Clothing, accessories, medicines, pesticides, dyes
4. Cosmetics and gifts
5. Manufacturing or construction supplies, by-products of chemical processes such as automobile exhaust, smoke, natural gas combustion, etc.
The core requirements of the proposal: 1. The hazardous substances listed in the proposal are not allowed to be discharged into drinking water.

2. Provide clear and reasonable warnings (for listed substances, warnings are required unless the exposure level is extremely low and will not pose a risk).

purpose meaning
Once a chemical is placed on the Proposition 65 list, manufacturers and distributors will have one year to implement warnings and 20 months to cease the release of chemicals into drinking water sources. After this date, the government or individual enforcers, including individuals or organizations representing the public interest, may take legal action against those who fail to meet the standards.
Among the roughly 800 chemicals listed, consumer products containing lead have been a source of concern over the past few years. Lead was classified as a reproductive toxicant in 1987 and a carcinogen in 1992. It can affect almost all parts of the human biological system, including the central nervous system (which can lead to dementia). Other symptoms include anemia, loss of appetite, abdominal pain, constipation, insomnia, irritability, headaches and fatigue. For children, lead can also affect physical growth and intellectual development.
regulatory requirements
The limit requirements for common products are classified as follows:
adult jewelry
Total lead
(Only test accessible parts)
Textiles in jewelry 200mg/kg
Coated metal (Class II materials) 60000mg/kg
Uncoated metal (Class II materials) 15000mg/kg
Plastic, rubber, coated plastic (Class II materials) 200mg/kg
Paint, surface coating 90mg/kg
Category III materials 600mg/kg
Total cadmium
(Only test accessible parts)
Including plastics, coatings, metals, etc. 300mg/kg
Phthalic
(Only test accessible parts)
PVC, other soft rubber and synthetic leather 3P: DBP/BBP/DEHP 1000mg/kg/each item
children's jewelry
Total lead
(Only test accessible parts)
Textiles in jewelry 100mg/kg
Base material 100mg/kg
Paint, surface coating 90mg/kg
Total cadmium
(Only test accessible parts)
Including plastics, coatings, metals, etc. 300mg/kg
Phthalic
(Only test accessible parts)
PVC in children’s toy jewelry
7P:DBP/BBP/DEHP/DINP/DNOP/DIDP/DNHP,
DINP/DNOP<1000mg/kg, other items<600mg/kg
PVC in children's jewelry (non-toy jewelry)
5P: DBP/BBP/DEHP/DIDP/DNHP each <600mg/kg
Non-PVC plastics in children’s toy jewelry
7P:DBP/BBP/DEHP/DINP/DNOP/DIDP/DNHP
Each item <1000mg/kg
Non-PVC plastics in children's jewelry (non-toy jewelry)
5P: DBP/BBP/DEHP/DIDP/DNHP each <1000mg/kg
Children's products (including toys and parenting products)
Total lead
(Only test accessible parts)
PVC in long-term skin contact 30mg/kg
Paint, surface coating 90mg/kg
Cosmetics that come into contact with lips include lipstick, lip gloss, lip liner, etc. 5mg/kg
General cosmetics including eye shadow, blush 10mg/kg
Other materials 100mg/kg
Total cadmium
Children's toys (only test accessible parts, including plastics and coatings) 300 mg/kg
Children's products other than children's toys include child care products (only made upon customer's request) 300 mg/kg
Phthalic
(Only test accessible parts)
PVC in child care products intended for children under three years of age
7P:DBP/BBP/DEHP/DINP/DNOP/DIDP/DNHP,
DINP/DNOP<1000mg/kg, other items<600mg/kg
PVC in toys
7P:DBP/BBP/DEHP/DINP/DNOP/DIDP/DNHP
Non-PVC plastics in toys
7P:DBP/BBP/DEHP/DINP/DNOP/DIDP/DNHP
Each item <1000mg/kg
PVC in general children’s products:
5P:DBP/BBP/DEHP/DIDP/DNHP
Each item <600mg/kg
Non-PVC plastics in child care products intended for children under three years of age
7P:DBP/BBP/DEHP/DINP/DNOP/DIDP/DNHP
Each item <1000mg/kg
Non-PVC plastics in general children’s products:
5P:DBP/BBP/DEHP/DIDP/DNHP
Each item <1000mg/kg
General products (such as headphones, speakers, etc.)
Total lead
(Only test accessible parts)
Plastics (including PVC) in textiles with long-term contact with skin, rubber 30mg/kg
Plastics in textiles not in long-term contact with skin (excluding PVC), rubber and plastic wires, switches 100mg/kg
PVC not in long-term contact with skin 100mg/kg
Paint, surface coating 90mg/kg
Solder 100mg/kg
Metal 100mg/kg
Cosmetics that come into contact with lips include lipstick, lip gloss, lip liner, etc. 10mg/kg
General cosmetics including eye shadow, blush 5mg/kg
Textile materials 100mg/kg
Other materials 100mg/kg
Total cadmium
(Only done upon customer request)
Phthalic
(Only test accessible parts)
PVC in general products
5P: DBP/BBP/DEHP/DIDP/DnHP each <600mg/kg
PVC in headphone cables
5P: DBP/BBP/DEHP/DIDP/DnHP each <100mg/kg
Non-PVC in general products
5P: DBP/BBP/DEHP/DIDP/DnHP each <1000mg/kg
Testing fee
The California 65 testing fee is only a one-time charge for product testing. There is no factory review, no annual review, and no annual fees, audit fees and other follow-up fees. The specific price varies depending on the complexity of the product.