Phthalate-alternative products that comply with US toy safety legislation

PolyOne Corporation, a premier provider of specialized polymer materials, services and solutions, has recently announced its portfolio of value-added solutions that help customers meet new U.S. standards for toys and products marketed for use by children. PolyOne has a number of products that comply with the Consumer Products Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA), a U.S. law expected to take effect on February 10, 2009. In addition to prohibiting the use of some phthalates in toys and other products for children, CPSIA will also mandate the creation of further studies and product safety rules regarding phthalates. The Act will also ban the use of lead in any children's product. PolyOne's numerous RoHS-compliant materials conform to this portion of the legislation. PolyOne has developed the following phthalate-alternative products meet the expected requirements of CPSIA, including: - OnColor™ non-phthalate masterbatches for vinyl - Geon™ non-phthalate flexible vinyl compounds - Geon™ non-phthalate vinyl plastisols - Wilflex™ Oasis™ water-based inks - Wilflex™ Epic Series non-phthalate inks - Wilflex™ QuantumOne non-phthalate, non-PVC inks - PolyOne alternative plasticizers - PolyOne engineered thermoplastics and rigid vinyl compounds
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