No person shall offer for sale, sell, or distribute in the State any of the following products to which per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) substances have been intentionally added or, if not intentionally added, in which PFAS substances are present and measurable by testing for total fluorine at a level greater than 1 part per million: (1) child passenger restraints; (2) cookware; (3) fabric treatments; (4) personal care products; of (5) rugs and carpets; and (6) upholstered furniture.

The prohibitions shall not apply to the sale or resale of used products, and shall not apply to a retailer unless the retailer sells the product knowing that the product contains PFAS substances.  The manufacturer of any product listed that knows or has reason to know will be offered for sale, sold or distributed in the commonwealth shall, prior to the effective date, determine by testing for total fluorine whether PFAS substances are present in the product at a level greater than 1 part per million.

Upon written request by a department, attorney general or an agency of the State, the manufacturer of such a product sold or distributed in the commonwealth shall, within 30 days of the request, certify that it has tested the product for total fluorine and determined that PFAS substances are not present in the product at a level greater than 1 part per million.