When you buy an SC Johnson product, you can count on the fact that it meets existing government standards as well as our rigorous standards for health and environmental impact.
Our internal standards
Beyond meeting regulations, SC Johnson uses more than 45 other criteria to select ingredients, as part of our ingredient selection process. These include carcinogenicity, mutagenicity, reproductive hazards, acute and systemic toxicity, sensitization, endocrine disruption, environmental effects and even criteria based on emerging issues that are still being debated.
SC Johnson Greenlist™ Process
We also evaluate materials using our SC Johnson Greenlist™ process. We created our Greenlist™ process back in 2001 to help our scientists choose ingredients families can trust - evaluating them based on their impact on the environment and human health. As part of the SC Johnson Greenlist™ process, we review our ingredients annually.
When SC Johnson scientists create a new product or new formula, they work to select raw materials with the highest possible ratings. Reformulations must use ingredients that have ratings equal to or better than the original formula.
The SC Johnson Greenlist™ process was created with input from recognized experts such as the U.K.'s Forum For The Future and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
To this day, we continue to validate and improve the SC Johnson Greenlist™ process. It has been reviewed by organizations such as the World Wildlife Fund. It also has been recognized with various awards.
Visit our corporate website to find out more about the SC Johnson Greenlist™ process.
Laws and Government Regulations
We design our products to meet all applicable laws and regulations including:
- Product Safety Law (the Law on the Management of Quality and Safety of Products and Services), which provides an administrative framework for the Cambodian government to inspect and regulate the production of hazardous products.
- Law on the Management of Pesticides and Fertilizers, which ensures the safe and effective control of pesticides, consistent with international standards.
- CIPAC, WHO, FAO, OECD Guidelines, which are guidelines covering pesticide products issued by the Collaborative International Pesticides Analytical Council, World Health Organization, UN Food and Agriculture Organization, and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
- As well as other regulations applicable for particular products or product types.