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Jewelry Company Fined for Metals Content Violations That Placed Children at Risk

A California jewelry company has been ordered to pay $1.6 million in penalties for selling jewelry products with excessive quantities of dangerous metals, including jewelry intended for sale to and use by children.

EU Council Reduces Lead Content Limit in Toys

Moving to act on a recommendation from the Commission of the European Union (EU),...

Limiting Lead in Water

A new model helps to determine the path lead takes in our drinking water supplies.

DoJ Issues Injunction to Stop Unsafe Children’s Products

Acting on a request from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the U.S....

EU Amends REACH Regulations to Address Lead Content

The Commission of the European Union (EU) has amended its regulations on the registration,...
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Researchers Use Recycled Car Battery Materials to Make Solar Cells

MIT researchers have proposed a new system that uses recycled car battery materials to make low-cost photovoltaic solar cells. Lead from old car batteries is currently being recycled for new batteries, but the production of new lead-acid batteries will likely decline due to new battery technologies, leaving a surplus of lead.

CPSC extends stay for testing of lead in certain children’s products

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has voted to delay the implementation of...

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