REP 051 Toxic Toys R Us

This report covers a study undertaken by the Center for Health, Environment & Justice and the Teamsters Office of Consumer Affairs, with the laboratory assistance of the Ecology Center of Ann Arbor, MI. It reveals that the majority of toys in a limited sample from two Toys “R” Us outlets still contain PVC. This means that, despite Toys “R” Us pledged to phase out the sale of toys containing lead or phthalates, reduce the sale of PVC-containing products and offer more PVC-free products, they have yet to live up to their promise.


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