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California legislation requires cleaning product manufacturers to comply with the most stringent chemical disclosure requirements by 2021

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California legislation requires cleaning product manufacturers to comply with the most stringent chemical disclosure requirements by 2021

  • 2018-09-27
California legislation requires cleaning product manufacturers to comply with the most stringent chemical disclosure requirements by 2021

California has recently passed legislation requiring manufacturers of various cleaning products to meet the most stringent chemical disclosure regulations in the United States by January 1, 2021, while online disclosure will be implemented by January 1, 2020. Experts believe that the new legislation will become the actual US national standard if it has not been rejected by the California referendum or successfully questioned in the court. Because manufacturers may find it more practical and cost-effective to develop labels that meet California standards and then use them on marketing products that are sold nationwide.

The California Cleaner's Right to Know Act (SB 258) passed on October 15th as a law requiring manufacturers of designated cleaning products sold in the state to disclose information on chemical substances contained in products on product labels and product websites. “Designated Product” means cleaning products used primarily for commercial, domestic or institutional use, including air fresheners, automotive products, general cleaning products, and polishing or floor waxing products.

Products not covered by this definition are: (1) food, drugs and cosmetics, including personal care products such as toothpaste, shampoo and hand soap; (2) specially manufactured and used in oil and gas production, steel production, heavy industry manufacturing, Industrial water treatment, industrial textile maintenance and processing other than industrial washing, food and beverage processing and packaging, and industrial products of other industrial production processes; (3) trial samples of designated products that are not packaged for individual sale, resale or retail, and A text indicating that the product cannot be sold or resold.

From January 1, 2021, the cleaning materials must disclose the following information on the label in accordance with one of the following two options.

Option A

The product contains a list of deliberate additions to the ingredients that are on the list.

List of various allergenic fragrances listed in Annex III of the Cosmetics Regulations of the European Union No. 1223/2009, according to EU Cleaner Regulation No. 648/2004, if these substances are contained in the product at 0.01% (100 ppm) or Above, it must be noted on the label. Manufacturers must combine all aromatic ingredients and other ingredients with allergenic fragrances, including those found in essential oils, to determine the level of various allergenic fragrances in a given product.

Deliberately added ingredients that are known to be carcinogenic or reproductively toxic in California and listed on the designated list under the Safe Drinking Water and Toxicity Enforcement Act of 1986 are not required to be listed on the designated product label until January 2023 1st so far.

Option B

A list of all deliberate additions to the specified product, except for trade secrets.

Products containing 0.01% (100 ppm) or more of allergenic fragrances listed in Annex III of the Cosmetics Regulations of the European Union No. 1223/2009, and in accordance with EU Cleaner Regulation No. 648/2004 or these regulations If the updated version should be indicated on the label, the “Allergenic Fragrance” must be indicated on the product label. Manufacturers must combine all aromatic ingredients and other ingredients with allergenic fragrances, including those found in essential oils, to determine the level of various allergenic fragrances in a given product.

Fragrance ingredients or colorants can be listed as "fragrance" or "colorant" on the product label.

Deliberately added ingredients that are known to be carcinogenic or reproductively toxic in California and listed on the designated list under the Safe Drinking Water and Toxicity Enforcement Act of 1986 are not required to be listed on the designated product label until January 2023 1st so far.

The manufacturer of the designated cleaning product must also list the toll-free number and website on the product label. If the label does not have a complete list of ingredients to be added, you must include the words "please browse for more ingredients" and the URL to provide the required information. In addition to printing the required disclosures on product labels, manufacturers can use electronic and digital connectivity to communicate the information they need to consumers.

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