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FTC Final Revised “Green Guides” Tackle Certification Disclosures

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

FTC’s final revised “Green Guides” urge companies to disclose material connections to third-party certifiers when touting environmental seals on products, among other recommendations. While not legally binding, the guides are intended to help firms avoid FTC enforcement action.

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