Consumer Goods (Personal & Household Care)

Meetings
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On October 16, the Chamber Working Group on Consumer Goods (Personal & Household Care) held its kick-off meeting aimed at the presentation of this new Chamber lobbying platform bringing...

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On November 12, the Chamber Working Group on Consumer Goods (Personal & Household Care) held its regular meeting devoted to discussion of Technical Regulation on Cosmetics (Regulation)...

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The meeting has been devoted to discussion of the current state of technical regulation of cosmetics and detergents market

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Discussion of priorities of the Chamber Working Group on Consumer Goods for 2016

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The Meeting has been devoted to shaping the final position on the Draft Order of the MEDT on approval of the basic definitions of SI units. 

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Focus was set on the issue of mandatory products labeling with symbol of  packing material and clarifications on e-marking.

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On July 8, the Chamber participated in the meeting devoted to clarifications of procedures of Conclusions of the State Sanitary-Epidemiological Expertise (hereinafter – Conclusions) issuance and signing held by the State Regulatory Service of Ukraine

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Participants discussed situation with issuance of the Conclusions of the State Sanitary-Epidemiological Expertise and issue on development of methods for determining surfactants biodegradability

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Meeting has been devoted to discussion of the issues related to consumer protection rights in the light of amendments to the legislative acts in this sphere

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On April 26 Chamber Working Group on Consumer Goods (Personal & Household Care) held its regular meeting devoted to discussion of issues on prohibition on selling goods that imitate food products; further actions in regard to Draft Laws #5134 and #5134-1 regarding sanitary and epidemiological public welfare; status of the Draft Technical Regulation on Cosmetics; issues on Conclusions of the State Sanitary-Epidemiological Expertise; definite issues in regards to establishing metrological requirements for packaged goods