ECHA asked to rectify ‘unnecessarily alarming’ report

Europe
Published:  02 March, 2018

A joint statement co-signed by the European Footwear Confederation (CEC), the European Confederation of the Leather Industry (Cotance), the European Nursery Products Confederation (ENPC) and Toy Industries of Europe (TIE), ask the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) to rectify the “unnecessarily alarming” information issued in a recent report concerning a high number of non-compliances tested products, such as leather goods, childcare articles and toys.

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