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89.3 KPCCCalifornia Agency Targets Toxins in Children's Mats, Spray FoamBusinessweekThe state's Department of Toxic Substances Control, naming the first three "priority products" it will seek to eliminate under the new law, singled out foam in children's sleep products that contain the flame retardant TDCPP; spray polyurethane foam made with...State picks first products for 'green chemistry' screeningLos Angeles TimesCalifornia seeks to remove toxic chemicals from consumer goodsSan Jose Mercury NewsToxic regulators name foams, paint strippers as first targets of Safer Consumer ...89.3 KPCC…
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