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NY State Legislature Considering Four Laws Restricting BPA in Children’s Products

February 25, 2014

The State Assembly of New York is proposing four additional regulations that will expand the legislative restrictions over the use of bisphenol A (BPA) in several consumer products including children’s products.

AO6107: This proposed bill prohibits the sale or offering for sale of toys, and liquids, foods and beverages in containers, for children 3 or younger, containing BPA.

AO5978: This proposed bill prohibits the sale or offering for sale of liquids, foods and beverages in containers containing BPA and also requires manufacturers of products containing BPA to use the least toxic alternative chemical compound to replace BPA.

AO5883: This proposed bill prohibits the manufacture, distribution and sale of hot beverage lids containing BPA or phthalates.

AO8454: This proposed bill prohibits of the manufacturing, distribution and sale of business transaction paper containing BPA or phthalates.

 

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