FAQs about Air Care Products
A: Yes, air care products are safe to use. Consumers can confidently use air care products to make their homes and workplaces more pleasant. Air care products meet and exceed all Canadian regulations for consumer products and the ingredients that they contain.
A: Our member companies conduct extensive safety assessments prior to introducing a new air care product. These assessments include ingredient reviews, exposure and risk measurement, consumer/in-home testing and post-market follow-up.
A: Fragrance concentrates are used in the formulation of air care products to provide a desired scent.
A: In Canada, there are many types of legislation and regulation governing these products. All ingredients used in air care products must be listed on Environment Canada’s Domestic Substances List (DSL) prior to being sold. Any new substances used in air care products are subject to assessment and approval by Health Canada and Environment Canada through the New Substance Notification Regulations (NSNs) under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act(CEPA). Air care products, like all consumer products, must also meet the requirements of the Consumer Chemicals & Containers Regulations (CCCR 2001) under the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act.
For additional information on the Chemicals Management Plan, please see the Chemicals Management Plan Progress Reports, which will be published twice a year.