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Keeping Your Home and Family Healthy: Reduce Your Exposure to Flame Retardants

Publication number Date Published Date Revised
21-04-026April 2021May 2021
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Author(s) Froese, Ruth; Tamboer, Lauren; van Bergen, Saskia
Description Flame retardants are a group of toxic chemicals in our products, homes, bodies, and environment. This infographic explains what flame retardant chemicals are, why they are used, and how to reduce exposure to flame retardants in your home.
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Keywords SPWA, flame retardants, contaminants, toxics, toxic chemicals, flame retardant, contamination, Safer Products
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