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California DTSC's Alternatives Analysis Guide Version 1.0 Slated For Public Discussion

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

The cosmetics industry has yet to be affected by California's Safer Consumer Products regulation, but if a cosmetic product/chemical combination is included in the next round of Priority Product selections, companies will have the DTSC's heavily criticized – and largely unchanged – Alternatives Analysis Guide to steer their compliance efforts.

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