Input from Caitlin Sullivan, Karolina Wrzecionkowska, Serena Anand, Elizabeth Bootz, Hannah Solomon, James Olaleye, Tanya Abrahamian, Sunita Paudyal, Edith Nagy, Rakibe Külçür, Rhea Suri, Tjeerd Hendel-Blackford, Ana Gomes dos Santos, Nina Koivula and
Enforcement in September 2017
California Becomes First US State to Require Manufacturers of Designated Cleaning Products to Disclose Hazardous Chemicals on Labels and Online
By Tjeerd Hendel-Blackford with assistance from Sarah Toussaint
Enforcement in August 2017
We should respect the local EHS laws of non-Western countries – no matter how ridiculous they might seem.
A recent Superfund-related case in New Jersey highlights how US authorities, both Federal and State, will not take kindly to companies that seek to circumvent their environmental responsibilities.
In this article we examine the legal and political moves to regulate endocrine disruptors over the past 20 years and the most recent developments in this regard…