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Norway PoHS detection
PoHS English full Prohibition on Certain Hazardous Substances in Con sumer Products, Chinese translated as "consumer products disable certain hazardous substances." June 8, 2007, Norway notified WTO, that "consumer products to disable certain dangerous chemicals in" requirement, saying it would limit the 18 substances in consumer products, that PoHS regulations.

 

PoHS regulations, originally scheduled for January 1, 2008 entered into force, due to no consensus on many issues was postponed. In August 2008, the Norwegian Pollution Control Authority (SFT) in the assessment of a number of recommendations, the initial proposal of 18 kinds of prohibited chemical substances reduced to 10 species, and suggested that the 10 kinds of harmful substances and exemption limits for products range to be amended to ensure the effective protection of health and the environment.

 Revised 10 kinds of specific hazardous substances
 No. Name of substance exemption limit
 1 0.01% arsenic in lead-acid battery, brass, crystal and lead glass
 (2) 0.01% of lead paint has been regulated, crystal and lead glass, optical glass, cosmetics and regulations administered by the Norwegian cosmetics and hygiene articles
 3. Cadmium 0.01% for a particular purpose glass of red or yellow, and there is no alternative, according to Norwegian laws and regulations administered cosmetic makeup and hygiene products
 4 six HBCD 0.1% /
 5. MCCPs 0.1% highlighted the need for flame retardant products, and no suitable alternative
 6. Musk xylene 0.05% detergent, cosmetics and regulations administered by the Norwegian Cosmetics
 7. Perfluorooctane acid 0.005% has been regulated products such as textiles, consumer goods, carpets and other coat
 8. Bisphenol A 0.005% seamless floor, brake fluid, thermal paper, cosmetics and regulations administered by the Norwegian Cosmetics
 9. Pentachlorophenol 0.1% has been regulated products such as textiles, leather
 10. Triclosan 0.001% regulations administered by the Norwegian cosmetics cosmetics