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Accessing the Growing Market for Smart Wearable Devices A look at the requirements manufacturers must consider when accessing the growing market for smart wearable devices. January 20, 2021 Features
Food Contact Plastics in a Circular Economy We explore how to create a true circular economy that provides safe products from recycled plastic materials. January 20, 2021 Features
Are Your Absorbent Hygiene Products Free from Harmful Chemicals? A look at the issue of hazardous substances in absorbent hygiene products and the new Edana Method NWSP360 Series. January 20, 2021 Features
A Better Way to Design Safe Juvenile Products A look at the global market for natural and organic beauty products and the advantages of NATRUE certification. January 20, 2021 Features
Saving Lives with the Right Ventilator for Critical Care Patients A look at how COVID-19 increased demand for ventilators, the importance of having the right ventilator, and the EU standards that apply to critical care ventilators. January 20, 2021 Features
SGS Govmark’s Extensive Fire, Flammability and Physical Testing Capabilities SGS Govmark offers extensive fire, flammability and physical testing capabilities to North American and international customers. January 20, 2021 Features
The Growing Market for Organic Cotton A look at how the clothing industry can benefit from the increased demand for organic cotton. January 20, 2021 Features
AFIRM LabTAC appoints Dr Helmut Krause, SGS Apparel and Footwear International RSL Management (AFIRM) appoints Dr Helmut Krause, Head of Global Restricted Substances at SGS to its Laboratory Technical Advisory Committee (LabTAC). January 19, 2021 Business News
US State of Massachusetts Restricts Flame Retardants in Consumer Goods Massachusetts regulates 11 flame retardants in 5 categories of product. These will become effective on December 31, 2021. January 19, 2021 Updates
Federal Furniture Flammability Congress Mandates CPSC Adoption of California Standard US Congress on December 21, 2020 passed an omnibus spending bill (H.R. 133) and later signed into law by US President. Named as the “COVID-19 Regulatory Relief and Work from Home Safety Act” the law adopts the California upholstered furniture flammability standard TB 117-2013 as a federal standard in the United States. January 19, 2021 Updates