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The Ongoing Issue of Asbestos on Ships

Although legislation was issued almost 20 years ago stipulating that asbestos containing materials should no longer be used on board ships, emerging evidence shows that even newly built vessels have it on board.

Helping to Keep our Indoor Environments Healthier and Safer

Vincent and his team in China provide indoor environmental quality testing services for companies, schools, and residential and public spaces to ensure they are better and safer for us all.

AATCC Launches New Test Method to Measure Fibre Shedding

The American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC) launched TM212-2021, a new method to test fiber shedding during home laundering which aims to tackle the amount of water pollution caused by microfibres and microplastics.

UK Extends CE Mark Acceptance Period Until January 1, 2023

Following industry pressure, the UK Government has announced an extension to the period CE marking will be accepted in Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales).

Delayed Declarations Brokerage Service

In this feature, we explain what delayed declarations are in a post-Brexit world and why you need to take action now.

SGS Academy Conducts Training for the United Nations Development Program

SGS Academy has conducted training for the UNDP to help SMEs and Development Agencies Mitigate the Impact of COVID-19.

Clean Labels on Foods

An outline of the new trend for ‘clean label’ foods – a trend where there is, however, no definition of ‘clean’ yet.

China Releases a Measure of Supervision and Administration for Cosmetic Manufacturing and Operations

China has released a Measure of Supervision and Administration for Cosmetic Manufacturing and Operations as a supplement to the Cosmetics Supervision and Administration Regulation for the cosmetics industry.