If a product meets the definition of a designated product under SB 258, manufacturers/distributors are required to search each ingredient against over 20 “designated lists” to determine if there are any potential hazards to human health or the environment. Specific label elements and online disclosure requirements are prescribed, depending on the list status and function of each ingredient.
Manufacturers/ suppliers of cleaning products for sale in California must comply with this regulation or will face fines of up to $2500 per violation.
This regulation DOES NOT apply if the product is not being sold in California.
Nexreg can help determine if California’s Right to Know Act applies to your product and provide you with a memo outlining what information is required to appear on your label and website.