NY first for cleaning product disclosure

Ever wonder what's in the cleaning products under your sink? Thanks to New York's leadership, now you'll know. Under a law from the 1970s, the State is authorized to collect information about cleaning products and to restrict chemicals of concern. When enacted, the law banned phosphorous-based cleaners, because of their effect on water quality. Today, Governor Cuomo announced that New York will require cleaning product makers to fully disclose what's in their products. In his 2017 State of the State book, Governor Cuomo said: "Consumers have a right to know what chemicals are in household cleaning products. Common household cleaners may contain chemicals shown to negatively impact health in

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