CATSCA legislation becomes effective on January 1, 2012. This legislation requires that manufacturers doing business in California ($100M+) disclose the efforts they take to ensure product supply chains are free of slave labor and human trafficking. The intent of this legislation is to help consumers make informed choices and to encourage businesses to ensure humane practices throughout the supply chain.
Specifically, the California entities of Saint-Gobain must disclose the extent that we:
Saint-Gobain requests that all products supplied to our manufacturing facilities in the state of California comply with the company's policy of compliance with the California Transparency of Supply Chains Act of 2010.
Suppliers are required to provide required certification. Select for
more details and compliance information.