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Resource for Complying with the Safer Products for Washington Rule: Electric and Electronic Products

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24-04-015April 2024
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Author(s) Washington State Department of Ecology
Description Chapter 173-337 WAC establishes a regulatory program to reduce toxic chemicals in consumer products and increase product ingredient transparency, as directed by Chapter 70A.350 RCW. This document is a resource to help businesses that manufacture electric and electronic products comply with the rule.
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Keywords electronics, orca, flame retardants, safer alternatives, flame retardant, priority products, electric enclosures, device casing, electric, OFR, organohalogen flame retardants, external plastic enclosure, priority chemicals, Safer Products for Washington, Safer Products
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