EU textile implemented strict measures to protect

In recent years, the European Union on textile protection of the strict implementation of the measures put forward more and more stringent requirements of the ecological and social responsibility issues, including the release one after another banned dyes and other chemicals legislation has become all the members of the EU’s action. EU textile exports in Zhejiang Province is one of the major markets, for which there is a need for the EU eco-textile-related laws and regulations and technical standards to have a comprehensive understanding.

1, the EU directive 67/648EC

The European Union in 1997, issued instructions 67/648EC, is a European Union ban on textiles and leather products can be used in cracking and release some of the carcinogenic aromatic amine dyes of the Act. At that time, the German government and the different laws and regulations is an increase of o-and p-azobenzene, a total of 22 carcinogenic aromatic amines.

2, the European Union directive 2001/C96E/18

The European Union in March 27, 2001 issued a directive 2001/C96E/18, the directive further provides for the inclusion of the control of the textile. The directive also provides for three banned dye test, detection of carcinogenic aromatic amines not exceed the amount of 30mg/kg. Three methods for detection: 35LMBGB82.02-2-1998 (textiles and daily necessities), B82.02-3-1997 (leather), B82.02-4-1998 (polyester). The instructions included in the carcinogenic aromatic amines in less aminoazobenzene, only 21.

3, the European Union directive 2002/61/EC

The European Union in July 19, 2002 issued a directive 2002/61/EC on the re-aminoazobenzene included in the carcinogenic aromatic amines, and its test methods to assess and reiterated carcinogenic aromatic amines limit is the maximum 30mg / kg, and azo dyes banned in all member countries in September 11, 2003 year.

4, the EU Directive 2003/3/EC

The European Union in January 6, 2003 issued a directive 2003/3/EC, 67/648/EC and reiterated 2001/C96E/18 Act, the disabled and a blue stain on textiles and leather products, and the blue Two acid stain is a mixture of metal complex dyes, divided into :611-070-00-2 and EC.NO.405-665-4 for the former CAS.NO118685-33-0.

With regard to the EU because of suspected carcinogenic aromatic amines and law Disable the dye behind the German government regulations and standards of Oeko-Texstandard100. Under the current circumstances, the complete ban has been suspected of dye in the international textile trade in full swing, with banned carcinogenic aromatic amines of azo dyes has become a global action.

5, the EU eco-label Eco-Label

The EU eco-labeling by the European Union in accordance with the law enforcement committee established by the Act 880/92. Application of the label is voluntary, would like to take this business to raise public awareness of environmental protection, so as to foster its own market, some enterprises in order to improve the well-known products.

The earliest textile Eco-Label criteria are based on Feb. 17, 1992 Act 1999/178/EC of the European Commission established. May 15, 2002 to determine the European Union announced new standards for eco-textile standards. It is divided into three main categories of textile fiber that is the standard, textile processing and chemical standards, the use of standard application. The new standard for the disabled and restrictions on the use of textile chemicals, textile dyes and auxiliaries that made clear the new regulations, which prohibit the use of and restrictions on the use of the surface than the old standard width requirements than the Oeko-Texstandard1100 stricter standards .