The European Chemicals Agency’s Risk Assessment Committee (RAC) has concluded that no classification is required for reproductive toxicity for DINP after a lengthy research and analysis period(1,2). The ECHA concluded that there is no required classification regarding issues surrounding fertility and/or development.
The debate surrounding DINP classification was originally submitted by Denmark in 2015(1), leading to a large-scale scientific and industry debate on the proposal and potential hazards of the material.
The 6-page ECHA news release annex, 369-page review report and article from the European Plasticizers trade association are available here and linked below.
6-page ECHA Annex to News Release: https://echa.europa.eu/documents/10162/23821863/nr_annex_rac_seac_march.pdf/fcc9fe3c-1221-93ad-0fe0-e5772436e97c
369-page ECHA Final Report: https://echa.europa.eu/documents/10162/31b4067e-de40-4044-93e8-9c9ff1960715
European Plasticizers article: http://www.europeanplasticisers.eu/mediaroom/dinp-echa-rac-concludes-no-classification-required/
ChemicalWatch article: https://chemicalwatch.com/64951/echas-rac-decides-on-no-classification-for-dinp