the Common european household products made of recycled plastics contains toxic flame retardants.
a number of european environmental and consumer organisations are now calling for changes to the law.
I do not think we are acceptable, " says Maria Hammarling on Swedish consumers.
the Organization has, along with several other analysed 430 products from the EU and the EU neighbouring countries of the eu, the results presented in a report Wednesday.
109 of the products, including toys and kitchen products, was found to contain traces of brominated flame retardants as suspected endocrine disruptors.
– They are hazardous to both human health and the environment, " says Maria Hammarling.