Both the California Senate Bill 258 (SB 258) Cleaning Products Right to Know Act of 2017 and The New York Guidance Household Cleansing Product Information Disclosure Program, have been instituted to provide consumers with information regarding ingredients in cleaning products. Despite being similar, the two are different in several manners, for example, definitions and due dates.
California SB 258 has defined the cleaning products as; household, institutional, and disinfectants, whereas New York has defined the cleaning products as household and institutional. Both require the manufactures to disclose information to consumers; California SB 258 requires both online and on the label, whereas New York requires online. To view the complete information:
- SB-258 Cleaning Product Right to Know Act of 2017
- Household Cleansing Product Information Disclosure Program
Disclose online – 2020
Disclosed on Product Label – 2021
Prop65 chemicals – 2023
New York Deadlines:
Intentionally added ingredient – 2019
Fragrance ingredients – 2020
Nonfunctional byproducts below trace – 2020
Appendix B chemicals – 2023
As always, ProductVision’s flexible properties functionality enables these new legislations to be handled with ease and minimal effort. The built-in report tool also allows any required documentation to be easily created.