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Supplier Evaluation and Qualification Solutions Launch

Businesses can ensure that products are received on time, to the required quality standards, and that their supply chains are aligned with their corporate sustainability and safety commitments.
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Leading the Way in Sustainability Report Assurance in Asia

SGS leads the initiative to assure sustainability reporting among top listed companies in India and other countries in Asia, complying with the new SEBI mandate to enhance transparency and ESG accountability. Find out more.
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SGS Approved as a Verification Body Under Smart Freight Centre’s Conformity Assessment Scheme

We are now authorized by Smart Freight Centre to validate and verify GHG emissions statements for transport chains. Find out more.
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Germany Aligns Formaldehyde Emission Requirements with the EU

Germany has repealed its national law on formaldehyde emissions from wood-based panels and other products. These will be repealed on August 7, 2026.
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Maryland, USA, Regulates Certain Chemicals in Playground Surface Materials

The US state of Maryland has regulated lead and PFAS chemicals in playground surfacing materials. The restrictions will become effective on October 1, 2024.
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US EPA Expands Methylene Chloride Restrictions to Most Uses

The US EPA has finalized a TSCA rule banning most methylene chloride uses and imposing stringent workplace requirements for a few ongoing applications.
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Turkey Further Aligns Food Contact Plastics Regulation with EU Rules

Turkey has amended its food contact plastics regulation. The provisions in the new law will apply from January 1, 2026.
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US Congress Intends to Ban All Non-essential Uses of PFAS

The US federal government has introduced a proposal to phase out all non-essential uses of PFAS in ten years. If approved, the law will take effect on the date of enactment.
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Colorado, USA, Revises Law on PFAS in Consumer Goods

The US state of Colorado has revised its law on products containing intentionally added PFAS. These amendments will be implemented in phases, starting January 2025.
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What’s New with ISO 20121:2024 and Why Is It Important?

ISO 20121 has been updated. We outline the additions and the importance of the leading sustainable event management standard.
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