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France and Sweden Want to Ban Allergens in Textiles

The French Agency for Food, Environment and Occupational Health and Safety (Agence nationale de sécurité sanitaire de l’alimentation, de l’environnement et du travail: ANSES) and the Swedish Chemical Oversight Agency, KEMI, have proposed that the ECHA ban or at least … Continue reading

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Sweden: One of Ten Products Labeled Incorrectly

The Swedish chemicals agency KEMI, examined about 24,000 products that contain hazardous chemicals. Some 2,600 of the products, most of them cleaning products, were found to be labeled incorrectly. In three of every four cases, the labels did not comply … Continue reading

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Inadequate Hazard Warnings for Car Care Products

Norwegian and Swedish environmental agencies have criticized the packaging and labeling of car care products that are sold in both countries. The Norwegian study showed that nine of ten imported articles are labeled incorrectly. For example, many of them are … Continue reading

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