California DTSC’s Draft Work Plan Includes Personal Care, But Few Surprises
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
“Beauty, personal care and hygiene” as one of seven product categories could be priorities in the next round of product selections in California’s Safer Consumer Products program. PCPC welcomes the direction DTSC appears to be taking toward more active industry engagement over the next three years.
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