Products for children and newborns have been examined by the Danish Environmental Protection Agency's Chemicals Inspectorate
The first joint inspection, with the participation of 22 countries, is the starting point for good enforcement of biocide-treated products in the future. The Danish Environmental Protection Agency's Chemicals Inspectorate has focused on products for children and newborns.
The purpose of the project was to investigate whether the biocidal rules for biocidal products were complied with. A product is biocidal when additional properties have been added with a biocide (chemical). It can be, for example, a sweater or a bacon board that has been treated so that it becomes antibacterial.CONTINUE READING ON: mst.dk