Greening of Consumer Products - January 14, 2009

IN THIS ISSUE:

*Late regulatory changes by Bush administration could affect chemical industry

*CPSC says some exceptions likely for chemical-testing mandate for kids' items

*New law on lead causes worry for small businesses

*Report looks at the good and bad of nanotechnology

*Nanocomposite plastic reportedly biodegradable, less expensive

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