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Lighting Efficiency: Saving Energy and Reducing Costs Methods for improving lighting efficiency include the use of natural light and the use of control systems. April 26, 2018 Features
Air Purifying Devices: Accessing China’s Newly Regulated Market Consumers are concerned with both outdoor air quality and, increasingly, indoor air quality. Learn more about achieving compliance with GB/T 18801-2015. April 25, 2018 Features
SGS US Consumer and Retail Laboratory Network In this issue, our lab focus article features our consumer goods testing facilities in the United States. April 25, 2018 Features
Ensuring a Safe Night’s Sleep: Mattress Standards for Cots and Cribs Sleeping is a potentially risky time for young children, especially babies. A variety of factors can conspire to harm the child. April 25, 2018 Features
Electrical & Electronic Expertise in Brussels Focus on the Electrical & Electronic (EE) expertise, based at our SGS CEBEC laboratory in Brussels. April 25, 2018 Features
New Medical EMC Requirements IEC 60601-1-2 Edition 4 defines the basic and essential performance for medical equipment regarding emissions and immunity to electromagnetic disturbances. April 25, 2018 Features
Malaysia Proposes Labeling Requirements for Feeding Bottles and Teats Malaysia has published a draft amendment for feeding bottles and teats under its Food Regulations 1985. The labeling requirements involve the use of specific language. April 25, 2018 Updates
Leading Innovation: The Eco-Button Manufacturers need to give consumers a reason to upgrade their electroical and electronic products. We explore the options. April 25, 2018 Features
Making the Right Decision: Buying and Caring for Underwear Undergarments are no longer seen as the ‘unmentionables’ of time’s past. For many of us they have become more than a protective layer between outerwear and skin, they have become fashion items that display personality and attitude. April 25, 2018 Features
NIAS: the Complexities of Ensuring FCM Comply with EU Regulations Controlling the migration of substances is essential if manufacturers are to reduce safety concerns in the food contact materials supply chain and protect human health. April 25, 2018 Features