Senin, 15 Agustus 2016
Caution, Dye Jeans in Australia Caused Cancer Risk
Clothing made from jeans favored by many quarters, good old nor young because the material is strong and not outdated. But you need to be careful with jeans that come from kangaroo country, because recently a Consumer Agency in Australia found the jeans products harmful dyes.
Peringatanpun has been issued by the Agency named sutu Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), a warning about the existence of a number of products that use dye jeans is dangerous in Australia for sale. Even the ACCC does not only find this dye on jeans, but also a number of products children's clothing, bed sheets, and pillowcases.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), found that the dye that is used in this industry proved to be dangerous and any concentration above average or above standard that is allowed.
In addition to the warning, the ACCC also attractive products that they make sure they contain the harmful dye from circulation. The number reached more than 121,000 fruit, derived from various brands retailer such as Trade Secret, Just Jeans, Myer, Target, and Rivers.
Quoted from ABC Australia, Sunday (11/5/2001), Delia Rickard of the ACCC sets forth, "the problem of this dye is known as a carcinogen, although the risk is to move from clothing to its people is extremely low. You're new at risk (cancer) when pants were worn in a long time in a State of sweaty. "
The use of certain dyes such as benzidine-based dyes should be reduced or minimised, especially by garment manufacturers in Australia, so add the ACCC.