Substances under the Chemical Substances Control Law
Class II specified chemical substance
Class II Specified Chemical Substances are substances that are specified by Cabinet Order
(Order for enforcement of the Act on the Evaluation of Chemical Substances and Regulation of Their Manufacture, etc.),
and are thought to pose a risk of causing damage to humans or damage to flora and fauna in the human living environment
due to the substance has a risk of long-term toxicity for humans or flora and fauna in the human living environment,
and a considerable amount of the substance remaining in the environment over a substantially extensive area
or it is reasonably likely that such a situation will arise in the near future.
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