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New Regulation of Oeko-Tex test


New Standard 100 by Oeko-Tex test criteria

(Cited) 7th April 2017, Zurich

On 1 April 2017, the test criteria and limit values of the Standard 100 by Oeko-Tex at the start of the year have occurred.

The new regulations will be increasing awareness.They hopes to further increase awareness in the textile manufacturing chain regarding the responsible handling of potentially hazardous substances in textile products and sustainable production in 2017. “By working with the Oeko-Tex system, companies play their part in ensuring effective consumer protection and environmentally friendly and socially responsible production,” the organisation reports.

New regulations of Oeko-Tex test are as following:
"The new regulations include some changes like the parameter “per- and polyfluorinated compounds”. In the parameter, substances have been added or listed explicitly by name in product class I (items for babies and toddler), for example, and provthe parametere, ided with limit values. Thus, since 1 April the use of per- and polyfluorinated compounds in product class I is severely restricted and nearly eliminated.
A large number of substances were also included in the list of regulated softeners in all of the product classes. The three organic tin compounds dipropyltin (DPT), monophenyltin (MPhT) and tetraethyltin (TeET) are now regulated with limit values in all product classes.
The UV stabilisers UV 320, UV 327, UV 328 and UV 350 have now also been provided with limit values in product classes I to III. In addition, the use of the blue colourant Navy Blue is also now explicitly prohibited for product certification per Standard 100 by Oeko-Tex."
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