HB 1632 - AS INTRODUCED
HOUSE BILL 1632
SPONSORS: Rep. Messmer, Rock. 24; Rep. McConnell, Ches. 12; Rep. Grassie, Straf. 11; Rep. P. Gordon, Rock. 29; Rep. Fraser, Belk. 1
COMMITTEE: Commerce and Consumer Affairs
This bill requires bottled water to be tested for the presence of certain chemicals and labeled with certain results of such tests.
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Explanation: Matter added to current law appears in bold italics.
Matter removed from current law appears [in brackets and struckthrough.]
Matter which is either (a) all new or (b) repealed and reenacted appears in regular type.
STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
In the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Eighteen
Be it Enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened:
143:16 Container Sterilization and Sanitation; Water Source. All containers used in the manufacture of beverages, other than cider manufacturers regulated by the department of agriculture, shall be cleaned and sterilized in such manner as may be provided in the rules adopted under this chapter. All materials used in the manufacture of beverages shall be pure and wholesome and shall be stored, handled, transported, and kept in such manner as to protect them from spoilage, contamination, and unwholesomeness. Manufacturers of bottled water shall only utilize a source of water for which a permit has been issued by the department of environmental services in accordance with RSA 485:3, XI. All products shall comply as to composition, labeling, conditions of manufacture, transportation, storage, handling, and sale with existent statutory provisions relating thereto and with rules adopted under this chapter. Manufacturers of bottled water shall have such water analyzed at least annually for perfluorinated chemicals using an expanded list of 24 perfluorinated chemicals and at least annually for volatile organic compounds, including methyl tert butyl ether and arsenic, to assure the water is safe for drinking. Statements of the concentrations of perfluorinated chemicals, volatile organic compounds, arsenic, and methyl tert butyl ether, if detected above laboratory detection limits using drinking water methods, shall appear on the principal display panel per batch sampled following the statement of identity, in type size at least one-half the size of the statement of identity, but in no case less than 1/16th of an inch.
|Feb. 7, 2018||House||Hearing|
|Feb. 14, 2018||House||Hearing|
|Feb. 21, 2018||House||Exec Session|
|March 6, 2018||House||Floor Vote|
|March 15, 2018||House||Floor Vote|
|Jan. 3, 2018||Introduced 01/03/2018 and referred to Commerce and Consumer Affairs HJ 1 P. 18|
|Feb. 7, 2018||==CANCELLED== Public Hearing: 02/07/2018 10:30 AM LOB 302|
|Feb. 14, 2018||==RESCHEDULED== Public Hearing: 02/14/2018 10:30 AM LOB 302|
|Feb. 20, 2018||Subcommittee Work Session: 02/20/2018 09:00 AM LOB 305|
|Feb. 21, 2018||Executive Session: 02/21/2018 LOB 302|
|Committee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate (Vote 17-1; CC)|
|March 6, 2018||Committee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate for 03/06/2018 (Vote 17-1; CC) HC 9 P. 8|
|March 6, 2018||Removed from Consent (Rep. Messmer) 03/06/2018 HJ 6 P. 4|
|March 6, 2018||Suspend House Rule 65 (Reps. Hinch, Shurtleff): MA VV by necessary two-thirds vote 03/06/2018 HJ 6 P. 125|
|Special Order to 3/15/2018 Without Objection HJ 7 P. 49|
|March 15, 2018||Suspend House Rule 65; extending deadline for action to 3/22/2018 (Reps. Hinch, Shurtleff): MA VV by necessary two-thirds vote 03/15/2018 HJ 8 P. 69|
|March 22, 2018||Inexpedient to Legislate: MA RC 216-113 03/22/2018 HJ 10 P. 8|