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Non-Compliant Products Found in the European Union

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 fibers 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 of lead in soldering and short-chain chlorinated paraffin (SCCP) in soft plastics.

Non-Compliant Products Environmental Regulations

Enviropass is here to help you test your products toward full compliance.  Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact Enviropass.