California Proposition 65 Charter
California Proposition 65 Context
Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act, commonly
known as California Proposition 65, was enacted in 1986.
It is a Californian law that affects any type of product
sold in the state of California.
While this label can be helpful for consumer knowledge, it can also be misleading. When a manufacturer includes a Proposition 65 warning notice, it does not necessarily mean that the product poses a significant threat. Proposition 65 is considered a ‘right to know’ law. The notice is intended to inform California residents of the presence of a listed chemical, so that the consumer can make an informed decision when purchasing and using a product.
To learn more about California Proposition 65, go to oehha.ca.gov/proposition-65
How does California Proposition 65 affect Boltswitch?
Boltswitch products do not contain chemicals intended to
be released under normal or reasonably foreseeable
conditions of use. Thus, if present, in normal use
conditions, chemicals are not intended to be exposed to
users, nor to be released or discharged at any time.
How can customers check if a Boltswitch product is affected by a Proposition 65 warning?
In specific cases where Proposition 65 warnings apply, depending on the product, these warnings can be obtained in a few different locations. Easily find the label on one of the following: the product, packaging label, the product’s manual, or under the online resource library under our website www.boltswitch.com. For more information, you can always contact your Boltswitch representative.
What must distributors of Boltswitch do?
Boltswitch distributors must communicate the warnings defined by Boltswitch to their customers before selling them the affected products.
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