Manufacturers and importers of products intended for children and adolescents impacted by the amendments that enter into force on 25 September 2018 (leather goods, cutlery and crockery, toothbrushes, etc.) may place on the EAEU market all impacted products, provided that there are conformity assessment documents for these products that are valid and
Other consumer goods
Manufacturers and importers of products subject to recycling after the loss of their consumer properties (e.g. electronic equipment, cardboard and paper packaging and textile products) within the extended producer responsibility framework, might soon be able to submit the environmental charge calculation reports in electronic form online.
As of 25 January 2019, importers and manufacturers of oil and fat products, including animal and plant fats, are required to comply with the requirements imposed by Technical Regulation (TR) on the Safety of Oil and Fat Products.
The requirements imposed by the adopted TR apply to all food and non-food fat and oil products, such as plant and animal oils and fats, mayonnaise, distilled glycerin, plant oil spreads, household soap, etc.
Starting from 12 July 2017, organisations and sole traders are required to suspend, for 90 days, all retail sales of ethanol-containing nonfoods as well as alcohol-containing food additives and flavourings (except glass rinsing liquids, non-liquid alcohol-containing products as well as products packaged in a way that excludes the possibility of their oral consumption) with the content of ethanol exceeding 28% of the total product volume.
The Government has adopted Decree prohibiting sale of goods imitating foodstuffs (i.e. possessing a form, smell, colour, appearance, design, labelling, volume or size of foodstuffs) and posing a threat to the safety or health of consumers, including children, who may confuse these products with foodstuffs.
Draft Government Decree approved Requirements for Lighting Devices and Electric Bulbs used in AC Circuits for Lighting.
The Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation has introduced for a stakeholder consultation a proposal that would impose energy efficiency requirements for electric light bulbs and other lighting devices.