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Are your cleaning products really green?

Are your cleaning products really green? Here’s how to tell.

Popular Science
by Shaena Montanari

Reducing waste and using fewer harmful chemicals is good for you and the environment.

An April 2021 report from the nonprofit Women’s Voices for the Earth lists toxic chemicals from cleaning products uncovered by a new law in California that mandates disclosure of harmful fragrance ingredients. The group found that chemicals such as diethyl phthalate and butylphenyl methylpropional are present in everyday cleaning products’ fragrances. Both impact the reproductive systems of humans and animals.

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