The Center for Environmental Health reached a California Proposition 65 settlement with a number of major retailers. The requirements of the settlement apply to both children’s and adult jewelry and requires the companies involved to stop selling jewelry that has an accessible or inaccessible component or material with more than 300 ppm total cadmium by December 31, 2011. The 300 ppm total cadmium limit does not apply to cubic zirconia, glass, rhinestone, or vitrified ceramic components of adult jewelry or jewelry for children over six years old.
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