What is Prop 65?

    Proposition 65, commonly referred to as "Prop 65", was enacted in California in 1986 as the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act. It’s objective is to require companies to give consumers “clear and reasonable warning” if their product exposes the consumer to any chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, and/or other reproductive harm.

    How Is Uniflex Dealing With Prop 65?

    We are working continuously with our suppliers to test the inks and foils used to decorate our products. To the best of our knowledge, none of them contain chemicals or concentrations of chemicals that would require our products be labeled with a Prop 65 warning. Safe Harbor Level limits have not been fully established by Proposition 65 for all materials used in Uniflex's products, however we may be able to, upon request, provide third-party testing details of inks and/or substrates.

    To better serve our distributors, and assist them in complying with Prop 65 requirements, distributors must request that the following Proposition 65 warning be applied to their products prior to shipment:

    WARNING: This Product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.

    Our Commitment

    Uniflex is committed to helping distributors and end-users understand Prop 65, as well as continuously working with our suppliers to test for chemicals listed under Prop 65. We are determined to help California and other states reduce their exposure to hazardous chemicals.

    For more information on Prop 65, you can visit the links below: