Say Goodbye To Microbeads: President Signs Act To Ban Microscopic Plastic Particles

Say Goodbye To Microbeads: President Signs Act To Ban Microscopic Plastic Particles

If your favorite face wash includes tiny microbeads, you better savor it. After playing catch-up with several states, the U.S. has finally passed a measure that would keep the microscopic plastic spheres from going down the drain and possibly into the stomachs of our seafood.  [More]

Bill To Ban The Use of Microbeads In Personal Care Products Nationwide By 2019 Passes House

Bill To Ban The Use of Microbeads In Personal Care Products Nationwide By 2019 Passes House

With several states and companies passing or currently considering rules to stop the use of tiny microbeads in beauty products, the nation as a whole has been playing catchup. After at least one failed attempt to pass a measure to keep the microscopic plastic spheres from going down the drain and possibly into the stomachs of our seafood, the House passed legislation this week that would ban the use of the products.  [More]

Beauty Products Sold In California To Be Microbead-Free By 2020

Beauty Products Sold In California To Be Microbead-Free By 2020

While a bill that would have prohibited the use of tiny microbeads in face wash and other personal products nationwide died in Congress last year, California didn’t give up its fight to keep the microscopic plastic spheres from entering its waterways and turning up inside the stomach of consumers’ seafood, passing legislation that bans the use of the products in the state by 2020.  [More]

Bill Would Ban Nationwide Use of Microbeads In Personal Care Products By 2018

Bill Would Ban Nationwide Use of Microbeads In Personal Care Products By 2018

By now you probably know that those tiny microbeads in your facewash do more than just clean your face – they have a sneaky way of entering our waterways and turning up inside the stomach of our seafood. While a few states have acted to end the use of microbeads in health and beauty products, little has been done on a national level, until now. [More]