Deadline for the CA Cleaning Product Right to Know Act

Three years after being signed into law, compliance deadlines for the California Cleaning Product Right to Know Act are quickly approaching. The main purpose of the October 2017 Act is to require manufacturers of cleaning products to disclose ingredient information of designated products on the product label and the manufacturer's website.
 

The deadlines for The Act are:

  • On or after January 1, 2020, online disclosures of intentionally added ingredients, fragrance ingredients, or nonfunctional constituents shall be made available for public access.
  • On or after January 1, 2021, disclosures of intentionally added ingredients, fragrance ingredients, or nonfunctional constituents may be labeled on a designated product. If a manufacturer does not wish to disclose relevant ingredients, they shall include the manufacturer's toll-free telephone number and internet web site address. (Note: This label exemption does not apply to products defined as a pesticide under Section 12753 of the Food and Agricultural Code.)
  •  On or after January 1, 2023, Prop 65 ingredients must be included on the ingredient list, including intentional fragrance ingredients.

Designated products that do not have the appropriate disclosure by the required deadline are not eligible for sale in the State of California. 

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  • Legal Affairs & Compliance
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