|Assembly Actions - Lowercase
Senate Actions - UPPERCASE
|Jan 05, 2022||referred to environmental conservation|
|Jan 28, 2021||referred to environmental conservation|
senate Bill S3331
Current Bill Status - In Senate Committee Environmental Conservation Committee
- In Committee
- On Floor Calendar
- Passed Senate
- Passed Assembly
- Delivered to Governor
- Signed/Vetoed by Governor
S3331 (ACTIVE) - Details
S3331 (ACTIVE) - Sponsor Memo
BILL NUMBER: S3331 SPONSOR: RIVERA TITLE OF BILL: An act to amend the environmental conservation law, in relation to the regulation of ingredients in personal care products PURPOSE OR GENERAL IDEA OF BILL: The purpose of this bill is to regulate ingredients in personal care products, to better assess its impact on the environment and on public health. SUMMARY OF PROVISIONS: Section 1 states the legislative findings and intent. Section 2 amends article 37 of the environmental conservation law by adding a new title 10 which defines:
S3331 (ACTIVE) - Bill Text download pdf
S T A T E O F N E W Y O R K ________________________________________________________________________ 3331 2021-2022 Regular Sessions I N S E N A T E January 28, 2021 ___________ Introduced by Sens. RIVERA, HARCKHAM, HOYLMAN, KAPLAN, SANDERS, SERRANO -- read twice and ordered printed, and when printed to be committed to the Committee on Environmental Conservation AN ACT to amend the environmental conservation law, in relation to the regulation of ingredients in personal care products THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, REPRESENTED IN SENATE AND ASSEM- BLY, DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Legislative findings and intent. There are thousands of chemicals used in personal care, household cleaning, and other consumer products, many of which have never been fully tested for potential impacts on human health or the environment. This has led national and international organizations to develop lists of chemicals of concern, including the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation's Household Cleaning Product Ingredient Disclosure Program (HCPIDP). While federal law requires personal care product labels to list certain inten- tionally added ingredients, information concerning potential health effects is not widely available and certain categories of chemical ingredients are exempt from labeling requirements. Furthermore, over 40 countries, including countries in the European Union, Japan, Cambodia, and Vietnam, have stricter restrictions on chemicals in personal care products than does the United States. Therefore, the legislature finds and declares that federal disclosure requirements are inadequate to educate and protect consumers, and that it shall be the policy of the state to require the personal care product industry to more fully disclose ingredients and identify ingredients published as chemicals of concern on lists identified by the commissioner such as the HCPIDP or other national or international lists. § 2. Article 37 of the environmental conservation law is amended by adding a new title 10 to read as follows: TITLE X REGULATION OF PERSONAL CARE PRODUCTS EXPLANATION--Matter in ITALICS (underscored) is new; matter in brackets [ ] is old law to be omitted.
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