How to choose toxic-free toys
The WECF Toys Guide offers useful information on most of the hazardous substances found in toys and concrete tips on how consumers can play it safe when buying toys for children. The practical brochure provides concise information on the most hazardous substances found in toys, informs about the potential dangers and gives concrete advice on how consumers can play it safe when buying toys for their children.
So far, it has been published in nine languages in order to provide tips on how to choose toxic- free toys.
Tuesday, 24 January 2012
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Thousands in Support of Toxic-free Children’s Toys in Armenia and Kyrgyzstan
|Survey and monitoring conducted by AWHHE in the shop, Armenia|
Consumers in Armenia and Kyrgyzstan are becoming more aware of the products they buy. This has become evident from the results of a study conducted by two non-governmental organizations dedicated to the idea and work for toxic-free toys for children.
WECF Partner and member of the Safe Toys Coalition “Armenian Women for Health and Healthy Environment” (AWHHE) and its Kyrgyz counterpart “Independent Ecological Expertise” (IEE) are currently running a project aiming towards further support of the already existing efforts to eliminate toxic substances in children’s toys from the market in Armenia, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Belarus and Ukraine by 2020. Read more
To learn more about toys safety and download the WECF guide 'Safe Toys', please visit WECF Safe Toys.
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