Sports items and SVHC: European test results

Early this year, the LIFE AskREACH project organised a set of tests on items associated with the world of sport such as yoga mats, weights, gym balls, sports shoes, swimming equipment etc. originating from 13 European countries. In fact, sports equipment may contain chemical substances falling into the SVHC category (Substance of Very High Concern).
In total, 82 samples were analysed by an independent laboratory accredited to carry out research into SVHCs.
The results are encouraging but still inadequate.

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