Green Toys Race Car - Blue
Buckle up, because the Green Toys™ Race Car - Blue is ready to roll! Built in the USA from 100% recycled plastic milk containers that save energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, this sleek racer will tear up the track without harming the planet. This cool hot rod is better than any hybrid, and proudly displays the #2 recycled plastic symbol from which it is made on its hood. The ultra-eco design has no metal axles. No BPA, PVC, phthalates, or external coatings. Also available in red and pink (sold separately).
Benefits of pretend play abound: promoting language, creative and social skills. It gives children opportunities to use words they're learning and to things or people from another perspective and gain better understanding. By taking part in these creative activities, they are stimulated intellectually.
Made Of / Made In
Green Toys Race Car - Blue is made using recycled milk jugs and other environmentally-friendly materials. Green Toys products save energy and reduce green house gases. The toys are safety tested, manufactured and assembled in the USA. Green Toys uses packaging that is 100% recyclable.
Manufacturer / Safety Compliance
Green Toys is an American company based in California. It prides itself in producing toys that are good for the environment and fun for kids. It uses recycled milk containers to make its eco-friendly toys that inspire the imagination. Green Toys products are non-toxic, save energy, reduce landfill waste and lower greenhouse gas emissions.
Green Toys children's goods are tested by nationally recognized, independent, third-party labs. They contain no traceable amounts of Phthalates or BPA. They are also designed without any external coatings, eliminating the fear of lead paint. Green Toys products meet or exceed safety standards including, but not limited to the following: Consumer Products Safety Standard Specification, ASTM F963; California Prop. 65 restrictions on lead & cadmium; FDA regulations for food contact; California regulations prohibiting phthalates in toys; and Voluntary testing for no BPA (Bisphenol-A).
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