For everybody buying presents for children this holiday season, beware of toxic chemicals in child products. The state of Washington has a law requiring manufacturers to disclose toxic chemicals in these child products sold in their state. 66 hazardous chemicals have been identified.

Now if we could only get our South Carolina Legislature to care as much about our kids by letting our retailers and consumers know what dangers are lurking in child products coming into South Carolina.

If you want to learn more, sign up for the webinar below. Happy shopping.

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Join us for a Webinar on January 8

Learn about the chemicals of concern Washington State is finding in children’s products. Joshua Grice,Toxics Research Analyst, will provide a deep dive into the data collected by Washington State. He specializes in chemicals in consumer products and has spent the past four years working on the Washington Department of Ecology’s Reducing Toxic Threats Initiative. He focuses on developing procedures to test products and enforce the chemical reporting requirements of the Children’s Safe Product Act. Prior to that, he worked on the startup of E-Cycle Washington, one of the nation’s first extended producer responsibility programs for end-of-life-electronics. He holds a Masters in Public Affairs from the School of Public & Environmental Affairs at Indiana University, and a Bachelor’s in History of Science from the University of Wisconsin.

Title: Children’s Safe Product Act
Date: Wednesday, January 8, 2014
Time: 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EST

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