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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 26, HEALTH AND VITAL STATISTICS

    Chapter 10: Forbidden material in manufacture

      Section: 26:10-7: Forbidden material in manufacture

           No person shall use in the making, remaking, or renovating of any mattress:

a. Any material of any kind that has been used in, or has formed a part of, any mattress, bed spring, cot, lounge, or sofa, used in or about a public or private hospital or for or about any person having a contagious or infectious disease;

b. Any material known as "shoddy" , and made in whole or in part from old or worn clothing, carpets or other fabric, or material previously used, or any other fabric or material from which shoddy is constructed; or

c. Any material, not otherwise prohibited by this article, of which prior use has been made, unless the material has been thoroughly sterilized and disinfected by a reasonable process approved by the state department.

This section added to the Rutgers Database: 2012-09-26 13:37:49.

Older versions of 26:10-7 (if available):

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