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California's Nonconforming Microbeads Bill Could Limit Viable Alternatives

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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While industry has lobbied for uniformity in state legislation phasing out plastic microbeads in personal-care products, a bill is gaining steam in California that could bar manufacturers from adopting even biodegradable plastic alternatives due to a broader definition of targeted ingredients. Meanwhile, a House microbeads bill at the federal level has gained a companion in the Senate, but definitions are still unclear.

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