Non-Compliant Products Found in the European Union

Non-Compliant Products Environmental Regulations

The European and Swedish Chemicals Agencies, respectively ECHA and KEMI, have both recently inspected hundreds of articles.  Interestingly, ECHA has reported restricted phthalates in 20% of inspected toys and asbestos fibres in 14% of products.  On its end, KEMI has found various non-compliant electrical and electronic products. According to the Swedish study, the main reasons for these violations are high levels or lead in soldering and short-chain chlorinated paraffins (SCCP) in soft plastics.

 

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