Standards Malaysia on danger in air fresheners: Grouses already aired but no action taken yet

PETALING JAYA: The report on dangers posed by air fresheners was sent by the Malaysian Association of Standards Users to three government bodies but, except for one meeting on the matter, no action has been taken.

In an exclusive interview with The Star, the association’s CEO, Ratna Devi Nadarajan, said the report was sent to the Health and Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism ministries as well as to Standards Malaysia in 2011.

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