Poison in Paint, Toxics in Toys

December 13, 2011

On December 13, our colleagues at the Environmental Health Strategy Center released an exclusive new report, Poison in Paint, Toxics in Toys, on two groups of hormone disrupting chemicals in common household products.

For the first time, more than 650 brand name household products that contain one of two toxic chemicals of high concern, NPEs (nonylphenol ethoxylates) and BPA (bisphenol A), have been publicly identified. Twenty-five manufacturers reported their use of NPEs and BPA in consumer products sold in Maine under a 2008 state law on chemical safety.

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Playmobil  – October 3, 2011
BPA
DETECTED
Benjamin Moore & Co.  – October 3, 2011
NPE
DETECTED
Benjamin Moore & Co.  – October 3, 2011
NPE
DETECTED
Benjamin Moore & Co.  – October 3, 2011
NPE
DETECTED
Benjamin Moore & Co.  – October 3, 2011
NPE
DETECTED
Benjamin Moore & Co.  – October 3, 2011
NPE
DETECTED
Benjamin Moore & Co.  – October 3, 2011
NPE
DETECTED
Benjamin Moore & Co.  – October 3, 2011
NPE
DETECTED
Benjamin Moore & Co.  – October 3, 2011
NPE
DETECTED
Benjamin Moore & Co.  – October 3, 2011
NPE
DETECTED
PPG Industries Architectural Finishes, Inc.  – October 3, 2011
NPE
DETECTED
PPG Industries Architectural Finishes, Inc.  – October 3, 2011
NPE
DETECTED
PPG Industries Architectural Finishes, Inc.  – October 3, 2011
NPE
DETECTED
PPG Industries Architectural Finishes, Inc.  – October 3, 2011
NPE
DETECTED
PPG Industries Architectural Finishes, Inc.  – October 3, 2011
NPE
DETECTED
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