GENEVA, SWITZERLAND / AGILITYPR.NEWS / November 22, 2022 / SGS, the world’s leading testing, inspection and certification company, has published a SafeGuardS detailing the changes made by Albania with regards to persistent organic pollutants (POP) legislation.
Albania issued Decision No. 691/2022 in October 2022. This amends Decision No. 360/2015, which aligned Albanian requirements with European Union (EU) Regulation (EU) 519/2012 (amending Regulation (EC) 850/2004).
Decision No. 691/2022 brings Albanian regulations into closer alignment with EU Regulation 2019/1021 (POP Recast Regulation).
SGS Connectivity & Products has published SafeGuardS 127.22 to help manufacturers and suppliers of consumer products understand the changes brought about by the revision to Albanian POP regulations.
SafeGuardS 127.22 contains more details on these and other changes, including a table that summarizes the new limits for these substances.
Stakeholders have until December 1, 2022, to ensure their products conform to the provisions in Decision No. 691/2022.
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