Posted on Jan 27, 2009
In a January 8 press release, and in the wake of the wave of reports regarding lead-related problems pertaining to imported child products from China, the Consumer Products Safety Commission reported that after February 10 of this year, the law prohibits anyone from selling children’s products that have more than 600 ppm (parts per million) of lead. Importantly, many of these new regulations pertain only to newly manufactured (as opposed to used) products.

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