CPSC Blocks Entry of 360,000 Imported Products in Second Quarter 2012

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In 2012’s second quarter, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has prevented more than 360,000 units of hazardous imports from entering the United States and being dispersed to consumers. These units included children’s toys that contained dangerous amounts of lead and other chemicals. Other items included sleepwear that did not pass safety standards and articles that pose choking hazards to children under three years of age.

To learn more about the CPSC’s efforts, click here.