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Openmarket.org: Study Finds Diisononyl Phthalate Safe For Toys
While news sources, greens, and U.S. lawmakers hype the risks about children’s exposure to the chemicals found in a host of plastic products from school supplies to toys, the government of Australia has released a comprehensive scientific review on one of the alleged culprits: DNIP (diisononyl phthalate). DNIP is One of nine phthalates used to make soft and flexible plastics used in a variety of valuable products — from blood bags to backpacks (see this CEI study on the topic for more information). Their finding: consumers have nothing to fear. Risks from trace exposure to this chemical are negligible. > Read the full commentary on Openmarket.org
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