Growing number of states pursue bans on products containing PFAs1 min read
A growing number of states are considering bans on consumer products that contain potentially harmful chemicals known as PFAS.
WASHINGTON — A growing number of state legislatures are considering bans on cosmetics and other consumer products that contain a group of synthetic, potentially harmful chemicals known as PFAS.
In Vermont, the state Senate gave final approval this week to legislation that would prohibit manufacturers and suppliers from selling or distributing any cosmetics or menstrual products in the state that have perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances, as well as a number of other chemicals.
The products include shampoo, makeup, deodorant,…
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