International regulations

South America

Amaplast®, Colorplast®, and Uvaplast dyes comply with Mercosur Resolution No. 15/10 and Brazil 52/10.

 

Europe

Amaplast®, Colorplast®, and Uvaplast dyes meet all of the European purity requirements mentioned below.

 

 

Packaging:         Directive 94/62/EU

 

 

Food Contact:    EU Resolution AP (89) 1

                              BfR Recommendation IX (Purity of Colorants for Plastics)

 

 

Electronics:        RoHS Directives: 2002/95/EU, 2003/11/EC, 2011/65/EU, 2015/863/EU

 

 

Toys:                    EN 71-3 (Safety of Toys: Migration Elements)

                              EN 71-9 (Safety of Toys: Requirements of Organic Chemical Compounds)

                              European Toy Safety Directive 2009/48/EC

 

 

SVHC:                   To the best of our knowledge, ColorChem's Amaplast®, Colorplast®, and Uvaplast products

                              do not contain any Substances of Very High Concern ("SVHC") as currently defined by ECHA

                              (including those in the last update on January 15, 2018) at concentration levels above the

                              declaration threshold level of 0.1% (w/w).

 

United States

 

CONEG: Amaplast®,  Colorplast®, and Uvaplast™ dyes satisfy CONEG regulations regarding the permissible content of heavy metals in packaging. See table below.

 

 

     HEAVY METAL CONTENT (ppm)

 

  Antimony     < 10          Iron             < 50

Arsenic         < 2            Lead            < 2

Cadmium     < 2            Mercury      < 2

  Chromium   < 5            Selenium     < 25

  Copper         < 10          Zinc              < 50

 

 

HALOGEN CONTENT: The Amaplast®, Colorplast®, and Uvaplast™ dyes do not contain Halogens (Chlorine, Fluorine, Bromine, Iodine) at levels greater than 100 ppm, except for Amaplast® Red G and Colorplast® Orange 63HP.

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