#comeclean

The law does not require ingredient disclosure on cleaning product labels.

It's time to tell the industry to come clean.

Get involved today.

You have a right to know what goes into the cleaning products you use.

What we are doing

We are leading the movement to pass the Cleaning Product Right to Know Act (H.R. 5205), which requires manufacturers of both consumer household and industrial cleaning products to disclose all intentionally-added ingredients on their product labels and websites. Join Seventh Generation, the Environmental Working Group, the Breast Cancer Fund, and many others in fighting for your right to know what’s in the products you use.

What You Can Do

  • Make sure you're only using products that list their ingredients on the labels
  • Support the Cleaning Product Right to Know Act (H.R. 5205) by contacting your US representative.

Californians – Make the Golden State the first state to protect consumers’ right to know.

What we are doing

Seventh Generation is standing with Senator Ricardo Lara (D-CA) in support of the California Cleaning Product Right to Know Act (SB 258) which requires manufacturers of both consumer household and industrial cleaning products to disclose all intentionally-added ingredients on their product labels and websites.

Cleaning products are a staple in every household, yet consumers have absolutely no way of knowing what ingredients are in the products they use… - Senator Lara (CA-D)

What You Can Do

Keep California at the forefront of positive change for consumer and workers right to know.

Contact your state representative and tell them to support the California Clean Products Right to Know Act.

You have a right to know what’s in the pads and tampons you use.

What we are doing

If the law requires companies to disclosure ingredients in the foods you eat and the personal care products you use on your body, why not feminine care products? We believe you have the right to know what’s in your tampons and pads. We stand with Women’s Voices of the Earth in supporting the Menstrual Products Right to Know Act of 2017 (H.R.2416) which protects consumers’ right to know what’s in the tampons and pads they use.

What You Can Do

  • Stand up for accurate labeling on tampons and pads.
  • Tweet your representatives and tell them why you support Representative Grace Meng (D-NY) in passing the Menstrual Products Right to Know Act of 2017 (H.R.2416).

We need to change the perception of clean.

Join us on Capitol Hill. #ComeClean

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