With the tag line "when did clean become so dirty?," Method cleaning products -- known for their environmentally-friendly ingredients -- has launched a campaign for the disclosure of all ingredients found in cleaning products.
They're supporting the "Household Product Labeling Acts," which will require all cleaning products to carry full ingredient labels. While current law requires a list of immediate hazardous ingredients, companies don't have to list ingredients that may cause harm more gradually.
With the belief that people deserve to know what toxic chemicals are found in their household products, Senator Al Franken of Minnesota decided to introduce this legislation. It's companion bill was introduced in the House by Rep. Steve Israel of New York.
Check out this video of Method's ad and let us know how you feel about the Household Product Labeling Acts!
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