Please Protect Our Children From Toxic Chemicals in Car Seats
A new study suggests that "toxic" chemicals used in the materials to make car seats can put children in danger of developing health problems if ingested or inhaled, as these chemicals out gas over the life of the product (especially in the hot sun).
'These chemicals can be associated with developmental disorders, learning impairment, liver disease, cancer, as well as other allergic type diseases.'—Jeff Gearhart, Ecology Center
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Please protect our children from dangerous chemicals used in car seats by requiring manufacturers to change their products, materials, and chemicals. The chemicals of concern are bromine, chlorine, PVC, lead, antimony, arsenic, chromium, nickel, copper, cobalt, mercury, and tin.