German Magazine Says Static Control Marketed Contaminated Compatibles


German industry magazine Digital Imaging reports that test laboratories at TÜV Rheinland found the banned fire retardant decabromdiphenyl ether—or DecaBDE—in certain new-build toner cartridges from Static Control Components (SCC). The use of DecaBDE is highly regulated by the European Commission and Germany’s Federal Environment Agency banned its use in a range of products, including textiles, furniture,

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