26 Apr '11, 3pm

EPA Demands Full Ingredients on Designed for the Environment Products

Before allowing the DfE logo to be used on a product label, the EPA conducts a scientific evaluation to ensure that candidate products are formulated from the safest possible ingredients. The DfE label means that the EPA has screened each ingredient for potential human health and environmental effects and that the product contains only ingredients that, in the agency’s scientific opinion, pose the least concern among chemicals in their class.

Full article: http://www.environmentalleader.com/2011/04/26/epa-demands...

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