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  • The Chlorine Free Products Association (CFPA)

    The Chlorine Free Products Association (CFPA) is a nonprofit trade organization devoted to market development, standard setting, product certification, and public education. The CFPA helps identify Totally Chlorine Free and Processed Chlorine Free products in order to encourage and enable consumers to purchase products that reduce the impact on air, water, and earth.

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  • Green Seal

    Founded in 1989, Green Seal provides science-based environmental certification standards. Green Seal certification helps manufacturers, purchasers, and end users alike make responsible choices that positively impact business behavior and improve quality of life. In developing environmental standards and certifying products, Green Seal follows the Guiding Principles and Procedures for Type I Environmental Labeling adopted by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO 14024).

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