“The Center for Environmental Health announced that it is suing Apple based on research found in the Greenpeace [toxic iPhone] report,” Charles Starrett reports for iLounge.
“According to the Center, California’s Proposition 65 law states that products exposing consumers to phthalates or other chemicals known to be reproductive toxins or carcinogens must carry a warning label,” Starrett reports.
“The iPhone does not. ‘In general what we try to do is encourage the manufacturers through a negotiated settlement to reduce the use of these chemicals,’ said Caroline Cox, spokeswoman for the Center for Environmental Health. ‘That would be our goal with Apple,'” Starrett reports.
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