Home > News > Content
Don't Let Toxic Plastics Enter Recycling
- Oct 10, 2018 -

Last year, an international environmental agency published a worrying report on the levels of toxic chemicals in plastic products for children in many countries around the world. Of all the samples, a considerable proportion can be detected for high concentrations of commercial octabromodiphenyl ether, decabromodiphenyl ether and hexabromocyclododecane, three persistent organic pollutants that have been listed as key regulatory substances under international conventions. However, according to the analysis of experts, these three chemicals are brominated flame retardants, according to the relevant product material standards, should not be added to the plastics. This indicates that the raw materials used in these toys are probably waste plastics or recycled plastics containing brominated flame retardants. Air slide