ERJ staff report (DS)
Taipei, Taiwan -- Taiwan's Consumer Protection Commission has found that many erasers contain illegal levels of plasticisers which could affect the health of school children who use them.
As a result, the Council has requested improved labelling of the products
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Press release from Taiwan's Consumer Protection Commission (Chinese language)
Above Press release auto-translated into English from Taiwanese