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Environmental Law: Makers of household cleaning products required to come clean about ingredients

In 1972, in the midst of a period that might be considered the boom time for new environmental law in New York, the Legislature enacted Article 35 of the Environmental Conservation Law relating to the distribution and sale of household cleansing products in the state. The law restricted the manufacture of products containing phosphorus and ...

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