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NAFRA Responds to Environmental Health Perspectives Study

The North American Flame Retardant Alliance (NAFRA) of the American Chemistry Council (ACC) issued the following statement in response to findings from a study that has been published online by the Environmental Health Perspectives, which claims that flame retardant chemicals were found in many popular food items.

Flame Retardants and TVs

Studies demonstrate that flame retardants in the plastic casings of electronic products materially advance consumer product safety.


In addition to promoting the safe and effective use of flame retardants, NAFRA’s mission includes actively promoting responsible methods for developing and handling current and new flame retardants.

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The Facts about California Law AB 127

In 2013, California passed a law that requires a review of flammability standards for all building insulation materials used in the state. Unfortunately, the law has, at times, been mischaracterized. Get the truth about what AB 127 does and does not do.

Firefighter Safety

The goal is to protect firefighters from exposure to any smoke from fires, regardless of the contents of what is burning.

About Flame Retardants

Flame retardants refer to a variety of substances that are added to combustible materials to prevent fires from starting or to slow the spread of fire and to provide additional escape time.

Electronics Fire Safety

Flame retardants not only reduce the risk of a fire starting, but also the risk of the fire spreading, leaving more time for people to escape and more time for emergency personnel to respond.

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Understanding the Code Development Process

Learn more about the International Code Council’s code development process, which is based on the principles of openness, transparency, due process and consensus.