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Flame Retardants - A Report to the Legislature

 
Publication number Date Published Date Revised
14-04-047December 2014June 2015
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Author(s) van Bergen, Saskia; Davies, Holly; Grice, Joshua; Mathieu, Callie; Stone, Alex
Description In 2014, the Washington State Legislature directed the Department of Ecology (Ecology) to review information on flame retardants, test products, and develop recommendations for bans or restrictions on the use of flame retardants in children’s products and furniture. This report was prepared in response to this directive.
NOTES: The second document listed is an errata sheet for this publication.
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Keywords flame retardants, Legisative Report, safer alternatives, product testing
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