$2,500 in Fines Paid by Olympic Mountain Products

This page finalized September 15, 2008


On April 16, 2008, a case was settled with Olympic Mountain Products for not clearly displaying the date of manufacture on Essenza Diffuser Oil containers.  All manufacturers of consumer products subject to Section 94509 of the Consumer Products Regulation must display the day, month, and year on which the product was manufactured, or a code indicating such date.  The company repacked bulk air freshening liquid that was subject to the 18 percent by weight VOC limit for liquid pump/spray air fresheners into containers that were sold to household consumers.  The company agreed to pay a settlement of $2,500 to settle the case.  An additional enforcement action is being pursued against the manufacturer of the bulk liquid for violations of the VOC limits.

Case Settlements