Dangerous Reversal on Flame Retardants

IWF_Logo2“The Chemphobes Deadly Agenda: Flame Retardants,” by Julie Gunlock.fireSQ
In January 2000, a fire broke out in a dormitory at Seton Hall University in New Jersey … In 2001, the New York Times covered the aftermath of the blaze and focused on demands that the school install sprinklers and adopt “mandatory fire retardancy standards” for dorm furniture. …. Now, over a decade past the Seton Hall fire, memories have faded and people are literally inventing things to fear. Enter the chemphobes who have been making noise about…you guessed it…flame-retardants, and are calling for the removal of these chemicals in furniture.
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