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ConAgra Removes BPA from its Canned Food Products Friday, August 07, 20150

ConAgra Removes BPA from its Canned Food Products

ConAgra Foods has announced that its plants in the U.S. and Canada no longer package foods in cans lined with Bisphenol A.The Omaha-based food company — whose brands include Hunt's and Chef Boyardee — began using non-BPA cans for some products in 2010. 
Exxon Mobil Raises Concerns About CPSC's Proposed... Wednesday, August 05, 20150

Exxon Mobil Raises Concerns About CPSC's Proposed...

ExxonMobil, a leading producer of phthalates has raised concerns the Consumer Products Safety Commission's (CPSC) proposal to ban five additional phthalates from toys may exceed the agency’s authority.
OEHHA Initiates Rulemaking on Safe Harbor Level for Lead Tuesday, August 04, 20150

OEHHA Initiates Rulemaking on Safe Harbor Level for Lead

California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) has announced it is initiating rulemaking to update the existing Maximum Allowable Dose Level (MADL) for lead.

EWG Calls for Ban on Talc in Children’s Toys Monday, August 03, 20150

EWG Calls for Ban on Talc in Children’s Toys

OEHHA Announces it Intends to List Furfuryl Alcohol as a... Thursday, July 23, 20150

OEHHA Announces it Intends to List Furfuryl Alcohol as a...

California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) today announced it intends to list furfuryl alcohol as known to the state to cause cancer under Proposition 65. OEHHA is proposing this action is being under Proposition 65’s authoritative bodies listing mechanism.
Advocacy Groups Petition OEHHA to List Four Pesticides Thursday, July 23, 20150

Advocacy Groups Petition OEHHA to List Four Pesticides

A coalition of environmental and public health advocacy groups have petitioned California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) to add four commonly used pesticides to the Proposition 65 list of carcinogens.
Syngenta Complaint Alleges OEHHA Withheld Public Records... Thursday, July 23, 20150

Syngenta Complaint Alleges OEHHA Withheld Public Records...

Agribusiness giant Syngenta has filed a complaint in Sacramento County Superior Court that alleges California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) withheld hundreds of pages of documents from a public-records request regarding its decision to list the chemical group referred to as triazines pesticides under Proposition 65.

CEH Files Petition to Repeal Lead MADL Friday, July 17, 20150

CEH Files Petition to Repeal Lead MADL

Proposition 65 citizen enforcement group Center for Environmental Health (CEH) has filed a petition with the California Office of Environ-mental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) to repeal or amend its Maximum Allowable Dose Level (MADL) for Lead.
OEHHA Announces it Intends to List 1-Bromopropane as a... Friday, July 10, 20150

OEHHA Announces it Intends to List 1-Bromopropane as a...

California's Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) has announced its intention to list 1-bromopropane as a carcinogen under Proposition 65.

CPSC Files Complaint on Manufacturer for Failure to... Wednesday, July 08, 20150

CPSC Files Complaint on Manufacturer for Failure to...

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) appears to be clamping down on companies that fail to timely report the recall of defective or dangerous products.  
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