Question: If a part is made of pure stainless steel, is it out of scope of Proposition 65?
Answer: Potentially, yes. Chromium in stainless steel is typically Cr0, meaning that it is in its pure elemental form. Stainless steels are considered inherently non-hazardous, with many grades approved for food contact.
You can read more about the requirements for Proposition 65 in our whitepaper, Understanding the Safe Drinking Water & Toxic Enforcement Act.
This content is accurate as of March 29, 2019.