the environmental protection Agency has already had the fat in several of the most popular online stores to stop the sale of illegal toys.
But in spite of that, you can still end up with buying toys that are dangerous for your children.
this is The big online stores like Wish, Amazon and eBay, which has promised the environmental protection Agency to remove dangerous toys and then not fulfilled the promise, writes DR.
the environmental protection Agency asked among other things, Wish to stop the sale of their Disney princesses, because the dolls contain too much hormone chemistry.
'We can confirm that the products are removed from our page. And we will follow up in relation to the seller to ensure that the legislation prospectively observed,' wrote Håvard Star, area manager for Wish, in an email to the environmental protection Agency, as the DR has gained access to.
the Problem is just, Wish has removed the dolls from their website.
the environmental protection Agency has asked the three above-mentioned large pages to remove a total of ten things, because they Vdcasino ‘pose a serious risk to children’, but six of them are still possible to buy on either the Wish, Amazon or eBay.
the DR has examined two of the six products, which can still be purchased, and here it is especially Fortnite-figures from Amazon, which jumps in the eyes.
They exceed the permissible levels of the endocrine disruptor DEHP with 210 times.
the Substance can disrupt formation of sex hormones and therefore give malformed genital organs and lower sperm count later in life.
the environmental protection Agency has earlier this year been out to warn against slimprodukter, which can also be purchased on the pages.
Here they had made a study of 27 different slimprodukter.
13 of them had too much of the harmful chemistry.
'There is talk about massive violations, and, therefore, has the environmental protection Agency asked the stores to immediately remove the dangerous products from the shelves,' said minister of the environment Lea Wermelin (S) in a press release in this regard.
To DR call Lea Wermelin the new information for ‘deeply worrying’.
She will now ask the EUROPEAN commission to do something about it.Date Of Update: 23 November 2019, 10:01