Cosmetic VOCs Study: Implications Up In The Air, But Industry On Alert
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Personal care and other volatile chemical products have replaced automobiles as the most "important" VOC emitters, according to a study published this month in Science. PCPC attorney Tom Myers expects California air-quality regulators to take notice and potentially pursue a crackdown in the cosmetics space.
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