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September 30, 1998 | JONATHAN GAW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Four California firms, including two in Orange County, were cited Tuesday by a federal agency for making unproven claims that their household products could kill harmful bacteria. The Environmental Protection Agency is seeking penalties totaling more than $400,000 from the companies, which include Buena Park-based Micro Pen of USA and Pacific International Group in Laguna Hills. Also cited were Alterna Inc. in Beverly Hills and Zoo-med Laboratories of San Luis Obispo.
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December 1, 1999 | ROBIN FIELDS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Buena Park pen maker will pay $35,000 to settle a federal complaint alleging the company claimed, without adequate proof, that one of its ballpoints could prevent bacterial infections. The packaging on Micro Pen of U.S.A. Inc.'s Micro Cleen-Ball states that the plastic ballpoint's casing contained an additive that could kill germs on users' hands, Environmental Protection Agency officials said.
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BUSINESS
December 1, 1999 | ROBIN FIELDS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Buena Park pen maker will pay $35,000 to settle a federal complaint alleging the company claimed, without adequate proof, that one of its ballpoints could prevent bacterial infections. The packaging on Micro Pen of U.S.A. Inc.'s Micro Cleen-Ball states that the plastic ballpoint's casing contained an additive that could kill germs on users' hands, Environmental Protection Agency officials said.
BUSINESS
December 1, 1999 | ROBIN FIELDS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Buena Park pen maker will pay $35,000 to settle a federal complaint alleging the company claimed, without adequate proof, that one of its ballpoints could prevent bacterial infection. The packaging on Micro Pen of U.S.A. Inc.'s Micro Cleen-Ball states that the plastic ballpoint's casing contained an additive that could kill germs on users' hands, Environmental Protection Agency officials said. But Micro Pen had not conducted tests to back up its promise, the agency said.
BUSINESS
December 1, 1999 | ROBIN FIELDS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Buena Park pen maker will pay $35,000 to settle a federal complaint alleging the company claimed, without adequate proof, that one of its ballpoints could prevent bacterial infection. The packaging on Micro Pen of U.S.A. Inc.'s Micro Cleen-Ball states that the plastic ballpoint's casing contained an additive that could kill germs on users' hands, Environmental Protection Agency officials said. But Micro Pen had not conducted tests to back up its promise, the agency said.
BUSINESS
September 30, 1998 | JONATHAN GAW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Four California firms, including two in Orange County, were cited Tuesday by a federal agency for making unproven claims that their household products could kill harmful bacteria. The Environmental Protection Agency is seeking penalties totaling more than $400,000 from the companies, which include Buena Park-based Micro Pen of USA and Pacific International Group in Laguna Hills. Also cited were Alterna Inc. in Beverly Hills and Zoo-med Laboratories of San Luis Obispo.
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