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Procter & Gamble Receives an “F” in Chemical Transparency

Procter & Gamble Receives an “F” in Chemical Transparency

Center for Effective Government

Amanda Starbuck

May 1, 2015

“Eco-friendly.” “Healthy.” “Responsible.” These are just a few of the labels used on household cleaning products to make them appear safe for consumers. But no one oversees how these terms are used or what they really mean. This becomes readily apparent when you scrutinize the ingredients on cleaning product labels to try to determine how safe and “green” they really are. One company – Procter & Gamble – is so bad at disclosing useful chemical information to consumers that it recently received an “F” from a national environmental health group.

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