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VIRGINIA HEAVY METALS IN PACKAGING BAN BILL

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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VIRGINIA HEAVY METALS IN PACKAGING BAN BILL is awaiting the governor's signature. HB 1202 proposes a ban as of July 1, 1995 on the sale of any packaging, packaging component or product contained in a package to which the heavy metals lead, cadmium, mercury or hexavalent chromium have bee intentionally added during manufacturing or distribution. The bill also would require an incremental reduction in the total amount of heavy metals contained in packaging. Under the measure, the combined level of the specified heavy metals could not exceed 600 ppm by July 1, 1995, 250 ppm by July 1, 1996 and 100 ppm by July 1, 1997.
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