Due to their toxic effects on human health and the environment, many flame retardant chemicals used in furniture and other manufactured goods have come under intense scrutiny over the last decade. One common group, PBDEs, is largely prohibited from being manufactured or imported into Canada, but other flame retardants are still being used, and there is no consistent way for consumers to check whether a new couch or chair contains these chemicals. A new whitepaper by Canadian researchers
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