EPA pulls nano-branded disinfecting applience off the market

The U.S. had a “Magic Nano” moment last week when the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) ordered that a disinfecting appliance with “nano” branding be pulled from the market. The offending product, an all-purpose “Nano UV Disinfection Scanner,” was manufactured in China on a contract basis for Ca...

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