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Corporate Compliance Solutions announced October 29, 2012, the launch of Nanotechnology News for Industry Leaders, a monthly pdf newsletter that monitors federal, provincial, territorial, acts/regulations, policies, standards, industry best practices, and international nanotechnology trends.

Corporate Compliance Solutions Launches Nanotechnology Newsletter

Collingwood, Canada | Posted on October 30th, 2012

Subscriptions start at $165 CDN per year, less than $14 per month to help ensure workplace compliance and your company's reputation for high standards. Our first edition includes, in part, a summary of Significant New Activity Notices published in Canada Gazette in 2012, 2011, 2010, that address nanoparticles.

Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded; no questions asked; comments appreciated. Canadian focus; International scope. No opinion, critique, advertisements, or editorial clutter. New subscribers receive our Privacy in the Workplace Special Report.

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