Washington State Requires Makers Of Kids' Products To Report Chemical Use
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Highest-grossing manufacturers who market kids' personal-care items in the state of Washington would have to report their use of "chemicals of high concern to children" and provide related data as early as spring 2012 under a newly issued draft rule
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