Blog category: Regulations
TPD in Poland. Transboundary Distance Sales, Smoking at pubs
TPD compliant e-liquid packaging. Part 1.
Remember: The following regulations are the general guidelines introduced by the EU. Member states have the right to introduce their own, stricter regulations- please make sure to acquaint yourself with the regulations appropriate for your country.
TPD compliant e-liquid packaging. Part 2.
In Part 1 of the “TPD-compliant e-liquid packaging”. we have covered the TPD regulations regarding the e-liquid labels and packaging design. Today we shall go over the requirements for collective packaging, also known as display box, and the information on the flyer.Remember: The following regulations are the general guidelines introduced by the EU. Member states have the right to introduce their own, stricter regulations – please make sure to acquaint yourself with regulations appropriate for your country.
Collective packaging/ Display box:
The Tobacco Products Directive requires the information to be displayed on the collective packaging to be more or less the same as shown on the individual e-liquid packaging. Collective packaging needs to accommodate the following:
- Brand name
- Ingredients listed in descending order by content
- Nicotine content
- Nicotine content in ingested dose
- Batch number
- The “Keep out of reach […]
E-liquid bottles nozzle requirements
|(a)||It entails the use of a refill container possessing a securely attached nozzle at least 9 mm long, which is narrower than and slots comfortably into the opening of the tank of the electronic cigarette with which it is used and possessing a flow control mechanism that emits no more than 20 drops of refill liquid per […]|
European TPD battle – the tides are turning
Nicotine shots – dealing with TPD regulations
What is REACH and why do we talk about it?
CLP – what is it? How does it influence nicotine base or e-liquid packaging design?
What is CLP then? Does it influence nicotine bases manufacturers?Again the name of this Regulation comes from the first letters of a phrase: Classification, Labelling, and Packaging. As you know those three issues are very important for the chemical industry. Nowadays it may be obvious that a product composed of chemical substances on a shop shelf has a label informing you about any threats that may be caused by this product. This information and the way we display it on a product is regulated by the CLP. Born on 16 December 2008, it came into force on 20 January 2009, but a […]
REACH and CLP summary on the example of PureNic 99+ pure nicotine
When looking at nicotine description on our website, you will find the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) among other documents. SDS is required by REACH and it is supposed to be created for every hazardous substance.
Supplier of a substance or mixture has to deliver an SDS to the entity that purchased said product. On our website, you will find the most recent version of the SDS, because this year a new CLP harmonized classification for nicotine has been […]