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Title 16Chapter ISubchapter BPart 260


TITLE 16—Commercial Practices

CHAPTER I—FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION

SUBCHAPTER B—GUIDES AND TRADE PRACTICE RULES

PART 260—GUIDES FOR THE USE OF ENVIRONMENTAL MARKETING CLAIMS

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§260.1
Purpose, scope, and structure of the guides.
§260.2
Interpretation and substantiation of environmental marketing claims.
§260.3
General principles.
§260.4
General environmental benefit claims.
§260.5
Carbon offsets.
§260.6
Certifications and seals of approval.
§260.7
Compostable Claims.
§260.8
Degradable claims.
§260.9
Free-of claims.
§260.10
Non-toxic claims.
§260.11
Ozone-safe and ozone-friendly claims.
§260.12
Recyclable claims.
§260.13
Recycled content claims.
§260.14
Refillable claims.
§260.15
Renewable energy claims.
§260.16
Renewable materials claims.
§260.17
Source reduction claims.


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