Call for phase-out of phosphate flame retardants

An international group of fire safety, health and environmental experts has called for a voluntary withdrawal of chlorinated phosphate ester flame retardants because of a lack of information on their health and environmental impacts. The products are widely used in polyurethane foams, but manufacturers and users say they are essential and the phase-out call is premature because they are undergoing risk assessment.

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