IPURE TPD/CLP Vaping Compliance

There are lots of laws and regulations in Europe hat impose effects in vaping industry, among which TPD and CLP have the universal and major power affecting all EU member states and EU vaping products.

They aim to improve the functioning of the internal market of tobacco and related product, while ensuring a high level of safe protection of European citizens.

As a compliant and considerate company, IPURE has equipped itself with sufficient awareness and capacity to meet the demands of consumers and the requirements of authorities.

3 Shields of IPURE Compliance System

Monitoring and Estimating the Latest, Upcoming Regulations

To ensure we have the correct and comprehensive understanding on TPD, we keep monitoring and estimating the latest regulations through:

Strict Incoming Quality Control:

Product Quality Management:

What Is TPD?

The Tobacco Products Directive (TPD ) sets out the rules for the sale and manufacture of e-cigarettes and e-liquids in the EU.

It came into effect in May 2016. Any product must be fully compliant with TPD regulations before it’s placed on the EU market. 

The principle is to increase the health protection and awareness surrounding tobacco products. 

The regulations ensure ingredients are tested before they’re sold to consumers and must be displayed on the packaging.

What does TPD regulate?

What are prohibited in TPD?

What is CLP?

The Classification, Labeling and Packaging (CLP) Regulation ((EC) No 1272/2008) is based on the United Nations’ Globally Harmonized System (GHS) and its purpose is to ensure a high level of protection of health and the environment, as well as the free movement of substances, mixtures and articles.

CLP is legally binding across the Member States and directly applicable to all industrial sectors.

It requires manufacturers, importers or downstream users of substances or mixtures to classify, label and package their hazardous chemicals appropriately before placing them on the market.

One of the main aims of CLP is to determine whether a substance or mixture displays properties that lead to a hazardous classification. In this context, classification is the starting point for hazard communication.

How TPD/CLP compliance?

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