'Do Not Flush' Labels For Acne, Hemorrhoid Wipes Won't Stop Consumers – CHPA
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet
Consumer products group hopes a Washington, D.C., mandate for "do not flush labeling on nonwoven disposable wipes" beginning in 2018 does not create momentum for similar rules in Maryland, New York, New Jersey, Minnesota and in New York City.
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