“Antibacterial” Soaps Don’t Work
“Antibacterial” Soaps Don’t Work, Are Bad for Humans & the Environment. FDA Gives Industry Another Year to Prove Otherwise, By John Cronin
Years of mounting evidence about the environmental and health dangers of “antibacterial” compounds and repeated calls for increased regulation again point to a profound weakness in federal policy: most chemicals and drugs are allowed in consumer goods, the food chain and the environment until regulators prove them unsafe. Read more
At Keystone Concierge, we have been using environmentally-safe cleaning supplies since our inception. We completely agree with the John Cronin’s observations in the article.