Oregon Statutes - Chapter 431 - State and Local Administration and Enforcement of Health Laws - Section 431.885 - Toxic household products required to comply with aversive agent requirement; exemptions.

(1) The following toxic household products must comply with ORS 431.880:

(a) Antifreeze containing 10 percent or more ethylene glycol by weight.

(b) Windshield washer fluid containing four percent or more methyl alcohol (methanol) by weight.

(2) The following toxic household products are exempted from the requirements of ORS 431.880:

(a) Pesticide products subject to registration under ORS chapter 634 or under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, Rodenticide Act.

(b) Any drug as defined in the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (21 U.S.C.§301 et seq.) or in ORS 689.005.

(c) Products exempted under the provisions of section 7, chapter 915, Oregon Laws 1991. [1991 c.915 §4]

Note: Section 7, chapter 915, Oregon Laws 1991, provides:

Sec. 7. (1) A manufacturer shall apply to the Poison Prevention Task Force on or before April 1, 1993, for an exemption from the requirements of this Act [431.870 to 431.915] for a toxic household product that contains chemicals in which any aversive agent would be nonsoluble, nondispersible, unstable or would interfere with the safety or function of the product.

(2) The task force may grant an exemption if the manufacturer demonstrates to the task force, and the task force finds, that the toxic household product meets the exemption criteria described in subsection (1) of this section. [1991 c.915 §7]

Note: See note under 431.870.

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