ITAPS featured in United Press International story

The Institute for Textile and Apparel Product Safety has found high levels of formadehyde and brominated resins in children’s clothing and car seats, respectively, as reported April 22 by United Press International.   “We are quite concerned about potentially toxic materials that U.S. consumers are exposed to everyday in textiles and apparel available in this country,” said David Brookstein, ITAPS director and dean of the School of Engineering and Textiles.

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