A Korea Consumer Agency official explains that plasticizers, which are additives that make materials more flexible, containing hazardous phthalates were found in cars designed for children at the Fair Trade Commission’s office in Sejong on Monday. The agency’s study, which tested 12 children’s cars, showed the compound, which can cause problems in the endocrine system, was particularly common in artificial leather seats and in wiring. [NEWSIS]
with the Korea JoongAng Daily
To write comments, please log in to one of the accounts.
Standards Board Policy (0/250자)