Connecticut Laws - Title 4b State Real Property
Sec. 4b-15a. Cleaning products in state buildings.

Sec. 4b-15a. Cleaning products in state buildings. (49)(1-click HTML)

On or after October 1, 2007, no person shall use a cleaning product inside a building owned by the state unless such cleaning product meets guidelines or environmental standards set by a national or international environmental certification program approved by the Department of Administrative Services, in consultation with the Commissioner of Environmental Protection. Such cleaning product shall, to the maximum extent possible, minimize the potential harmful impact on human health and the environment. For purposes of this section, "cleaning product" does not include any: (1) Disinfectant, disinfecting cleaner, sanitizer or any other antimicrobial product regulated by the federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act, 7 USC 136 et seq., or (2) product for which no guideline or environmental standard has been established by any national or international certification program approved by the Department of Administrative Services, or which is outside the scope of or is otherwise excluded under guidelines or environmental standards established by such national or international certification program. (50)


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