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The United States plans to restrict the flame retardants in some children's products according to CPSIA

the United States Congress recently introduced a bill to enhance its ability to deal with trade protectionism, amending the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act 2008 (CPSIA). The bill proposes to restrict organohalogen and organophosphorus flame retardants in cushion children's products

in August 2008, US President George W. Bush officially signed CPSIA (public Act No.), making it law. The new law increases the executive power of the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and imposes additional requirements on manufacturers of children's products

according to CPSIA, lead is restricted to children's products, while toys and children's care products that have been put into use restrict phthalates. In August 2011, when President Obama signed bill hr2715 into law, the restrictions on phthalates only applied to accessible materials

on August 1st, 2013, the United States Congress introduced bill hr2934 (reduced unsafe toxinsact), which restricts organohalogen and organophosphorus flame retardants in cushion products for children under 12 years old. According to CPSIA, a new chapter 109 will be created in the bill. 4. Which micrometer is used to accurately measure the inner diameter of each stainless steel wire eye elastic filling material to use flame retardants. The heat-resistant, pressure resistant and chemical corrosion-resistant plastics, elastomers and composites created by DuPont can help the industry provide lighter power enhancement technology chemicals for smaller and more efficient engines

according to the proposal, according to the Federal Hazardous Substances Act (FHSA, 15u.s.c1261etseq), children's cushion products containing more than 1000ppm organic halogen and organic phosphorus flame retardants in filling materials will be banned. The act is proposed to enter into force one year after its promulgation and applies to products manufactured after that

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