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Prop 65

Proposition 65 is a California law passed in 1986. Its goals are to protect drinking water
sources from toxic substances that may cause cancer and birth defects and to reduce or
eliminate exposures to those chemicals generally, for example in consumer products, by
requiring warnings in advance of those exposures.
The regulation requires the State of California to revise and republish yearly a list of chemicals
known to the State of California to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm.
The current list contains over 900 naturally occurring and synthetic chemicals.
This regulation also requires manufacturers to place warnings on products that contain any of
the chemicals listed by the State of California. No other states require warnings of this nature,
and products with Prop 65 warning language are legal to sell in all states. Detailed information
regarding requirements for compliance to the California Prop. 65 is can be found at: