Maine Proposes Reporting Priority For Phthalates In Some Children’s Products
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The Clean and Healthy Maine group asks the state’s Department of the Environment to add four phthalates to its list of priority chemicals, requiring firms to report their use in certain children’s personal care products and other product categories.
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