Toxic Free Kids Act 2018: All chemicals reported

Below is a table of all chemicals of concern reported to the Oregon Health Authority as occurring in children’s products as of September, 2018. These reports from manufacturers comply with the Toxic Free Kids Act. The table may take a minute to load into the screen below.

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