TPD/CLP Vaping Complianceby Vape Life Marketing
The E-Cigarette industry is now entering a new, more professional era Recommended Features
Review on TPD/CLP Vaping Compliance19th May 2017 last non TPD compliant product can be sold in the retail
New regulations will place large demands on e-cigarette and e-liquid producers. Many, who are not able to comply with such strict product, packaging and promotional restrictions, will cease to exist. Ritchy is one of the key players in the e-cigarette industry and we take these regulatory requirements seriously. We therefore have a dedicated compliance team to guide us and our partners successfully through changes in their markets as they take place.
Regulation and Tobacco
The European Unions Tobacco Products Directive (TDP2) came into effect on 20th May 2016; it applies specifically to the block of 28 member countries within the European Union. Manufacturers and importers must comply with a profound list of different requirements in each country, adding to the cost of doing business.
This European legislation on the classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures came into force in January 2009. It sets out the exact risk and safety phrases and warning symbols that potentially harmful consumer chemicals must be labelled with, and how they must be packaged. It also establishes classification and labelling inventory of substances with which e-liquid manufacturers have to comply.
Related to TPD/CLP Vaping Compliance
Created on May 25th 2017 11:02. Viewed 768 times.
No comment, be the first to comment.