Product Regulatory Compliance
MTI’s Specialty Minerals group manufactures products that are used in applications that require approvals from regulatory bodies for their use in direct and indirect contact applications. Our precipitated calcium carbonate, ground calcium carbonate/limestone, and talc products are approved for applications in food, pharmaceuticals, nutritional supplements, medical devices, as well as in the manufacture of materials that come into contact with these consumer products.
Where applicable, our products are strictly monitored for compliance to regulatory requirements, such as those of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), United States Pharmacopeia (USP), European Pharmacopeia (EP), Japanese Pharmacopeia (JP), Clean Water Act, California Proposition 65, European Directives, Food Chemical Codex, CONEG Model Legislation (Heavy Metals), Chemical Inventory Lists, NAFTA, and many other regulations. At Specialty Minerals, we are committed to answering any question that you might have about our products’ compliance to a specific regulation.
If you have a regulatory question about any of our products, please use the Contact Us form.
Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA)
Information Required by the Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA) for Registration of Commercial Fertilizer.
Specialty Minerals Inc. Ag Lime – Longview
Specialty Minerals Inc. Ag Lime – Camas
The following information meets the labeling requirements of the WSDA for the two waste-derived commercial fertilizers identified above.
Specialty Minerals Inc. produces inorganic mineral products (precipitated calcium carbonate or PCC) for the paper industry at more than 50 locations world-wide, including three in Washington state. Specialty Minerals Inc. makes PCC by first combining dry lime (calcium oxide) with water to produce calcium hydroxide. Specialty Minerals Inc. then combines the calcium hydroxide with carbon dioxide to produce PCC. After each process, we screen the product to remove large particles. This material is dewatered and stored onsite at our Camas and Longview sites for use as an agricultural soil additive (Ag Lime). Ag Lime from PCC operations has been used as an agricultural soil additive for more than fifteen years at many of our world-wide locations.
The information provided at this website includes the following:
A Material Safety Data Sheet for Ag Lime for both Camas and Longview
Laboratory Analyses for Ag Lime from both Camas and Longview
A copy of the label for these Ag Limes for both Camas and Longview
Please contact Specialty Minerals Inc. at 360 518 6626 if you have questions or need further information about the Ag Lime produced at these locations.