• There are over 85,000 synthetic chemicals on the market today, all of which are tied to industrialization. While this may be good for the manufacturing sector and GDP, it turns out that the more chemicals a country uses, the higher the rate of breast cancer. In fact, non-industrialized countries have far lower breast cancer rates […]

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  • If your business is engaged in any part of the transportation industry, it can be very helpful to know the fire safety requirements involved in your sector. From commercial aircraft (the highest standards) to automobiles, ships, and trains, fire safety standards will vary depending on the type of vehicle, the function of the product used […]

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  • If you’re a company selling products that contain bisphenol A (BPA), you’re probably aware that it was added to the Prop 65 list of chemicals known to cause reproductive toxicity last year. As a result, by May 11, 2016 all products will be required to carry a prominent Prop 65 warning, including those already on […]

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  • If you’re a company operating out of California, you’re probably well aware of Proposition 65, the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986. You may not, however, be aware that a number of new proposals and updates have been making their way through the system in the last year, with possible ramifications for […]

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