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File #: 21-7504    Version: 1 Name: Support petition to FDA to ban Oxybenzone Octinoxate Octocrylene
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 8/19/2021 In control: City Commission
On agenda: 9/1/2021 Final action: 9/1/2021
Title: *Supporting a petition to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to request a ban on the use of oxybenzone, octinoxate, and otocrylene in sunscreen/personal care products, and to place those chemicals into Category II - not safe for human use; Authorizing the Mayor to sign the petition on behalf of the City of Key West.
Sponsors: Mary Lou Hoover, Jimmy Weekley
Attachments: 1. Resolution, 2. FDA Citizen Petition DRAFT USVI HI CA and FL 08 24 2021, 3. Ref 1 DiNardo CDER Comments for Sunscreen Drug Products for OTC, 4. Ref 2 Downs FDA EIS Public comment 07 14 2021, 5. Ref 3 Downs Octocrylene to Benzophenone, 6. Ref 4 BASF Uvinul N 539T Octocrylene Product Discontinuation Customer Letter 06 25 2021, 7. Ref 5 Zhong Comparison of toxicological effects of oxybenzone avobenzone octocrylene and octinoxate on cucumber plants, 8. Ref 6 Thorel effect of 10 UV filters on shrimp, 9. Ref 7 Yan Reproductive toxicity and estrogen activity in Japanese medaka exposed to environmentally relevant concentrations of octocrylene, 10. Ref 8 Boyd The effect of organic UV exposure avobenzone on the behavior and physiology of Daphnia magna, 11. Ref 9 Stien A unique approach to monitor stress in coral exposed to emerging pollutants, 12. Ref 10 Stien Octocrylene Breakdown and Coral, 13. Ref 11 Gimeno-Monforte multiresidue analyis of organic UV filters in fish of common consumption, 14. Ref 12 Juksu Emerg contam Thailand Ecolo Risk Perspective, 15. Ref 13 Muniz-Gonzalez Unveiling Complex Responses, 16. Ref 14 Falfushynska UV Filters in mussels, 17. Ref 15 Oxybenzone contamination from sunscreen pollution and its ecological threat to Hanauma Bay Hawaii, 18. Ref 16 NOAA Skincare Chemicals and Marine Life
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*Supporting a petition to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to request a ban on the use of oxybenzone, octinoxate, and otocrylene in sunscreen/personal care products, and to place those chemicals into Category II - not safe for human use; Authorizing the Mayor to sign the petition on behalf of the City of Key West.