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Enforcement of Key CPSIA Requirements Takes Effect

Posted 24.02.2014 under Parenting Hints & Tips

This requirement applies to toys and articles intended for use by children as well as to certain furniture products and also applies to products in inventory.

For Immediate Release:

On Friday, August 14, 2009, several key requirements of the Consumer Product Safety from 600 parts per million (ppm) to 300 ppm. This requirement applies to products in inventory. The limit for lead in paint and similar surface coating materials for consumer use has dropped from 600 ppm to 90 ppm. This requirement applies to toys and articles intended for use by children as well as to certain furniture products and also applies to products in inventory. In addition to the new lead limits, the tracking labels and catalog warnings requirements have gone into effect this month, and civil penalties for violations have been substantially increased.

Bumbo International has remained faithful in its commitment to producing unparalleled products based on its rich legacy of innovation, creativity, service and reliability. 

Like your parents, grandparents and caregivers all over the world, we care about our children and will always give them the best. The easy to use Bumbo Baby Seat in particular is the latest trend in the “now generation.”

As such we pledge to continuously ensure conformity to customary regulations all over the world so you can have peace of mind.

Purchase Bumbo Products with confidence and know that it’s more than just a Bumbo. It’s about your baby being a part of the action wherever you are.

Please note that Snappi adheres to and supports all CPSIA requirements, and as such will not manufacture or distribute any product which does not comply.

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