consumer organization

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consumer organization

norganizzazione di consumatori
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Increased awareness through the efforts of State and National organizations, consumer advocacy groups, and mainstream media has brought Renewable Energy information directly to consumers.
The ACCC and ASIC encourage consumer advocacy groups and financial counsellors to refer consumers to the booklet to help them understand their legal rights and responsibilities if they owe a debt , added Mr Kell.
Natural claims have also been slammed by the popular media, consumer advocacy groups, and even organic industry groups as being ill-defined and meaningless.
Washington, October 23 ( ANI ): Katy Perry has reportedly come under fire from members of various consumer advocacy groups for her Pepsi advert which promotes her new album.
In addition to the NICB, several industry organizations and consumer advocacy groups are forewarning consumers about the potential resale of flooded--and otherwise "totaled"--vehicles.
However, this issue continues to surface among consumer advocacy groups, and there is a need for new methods for testing oxidation or rancidity levels in flavored fish oils, GOED added.
The book will also be of interest to graduate students, savvy healthcare consumers, and consumer advocacy groups.
She was honored with the 2006 ASTM Award of Merit and accompanying title of fellow for her contributions to F15, a committee of more than 900 manufacturers, end-users, industry associations, regulatory authorities, health professionals and consumer advocacy groups who develop voluntary product standards to improve product safety.
Facing protests from tens of thousands of angry users and the threat of a formal legal complaint by several consumer advocacy groups, the company reversed changes to its contract with users that would have given it ownership in perpetuity of their photos and written correspondence posted on the service.
Anti-BPA sentiment finally came to a head this year, when, amid pressure from consumer advocacy groups, retailers such as Wal-Mart, Toys 'R Us and CVS announced that they would stop selling baby bottles containing the chemical.
The New York Energy Consumers Council is one of the largest energy consumer advocacy groups in New York State.
Appendices include state agency and licensing boards, consumer advocacy groups, and a list of professional associations and organizations.
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