Consumer Goods Ordinance

Original Language Title: Bedarfsgegenständeverordnung

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Consumer goods Ordinance BedGgstV Ausfertigung date: 10.04.1992 full quotation: "consumer goods Ordinance as amended by the notice of 23 December 1997 (BGBl. 1998 I p. 5), most recently by article 1 of the Decree of 24 June 2013 (BGBl. I p. 1682) has been changed" stand: Neugefasst by BEK. v. 23.12.1997; IN 1998 I 5.
 
Amended by art. 1 V v. 24.6.2013 I 1682 for more information on the stand number you will find in the menu under instructions this regulation serves the following directives:-Council Directive 76/893/EEC of 23 November 1976 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to materials and articles which are intended to come (OJEU) in contact with food EC No. L 340, p. 19), - Directive 78/142/EEC of 30 January 1978 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to materials containing vinyl chloride monomer and articles which are intended to come (OJEU) in contact with food EC No. L 44, p. 15), - Directive 79/663/EEC of 24 July 1979 supplementing the annex to Directive 76/769/EEC on the approximation of the laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member States relating to restrictions on the marketing and use of certain dangerous substances and preparations (OJ EC No. L 197, p. 37), - Directive 80/590/EEC of 9 June 1980 determining the symbol for materials and articles which are intended to come (OJEU) in contact with food EC No. L 151, p. 21), - Directive 80/766/EEC of 8 July 1980 laying down Community methods of analysis for the official control of the levels of vinyl chloride monomer in materials and articles which are intended to come (OJEU) in contact with food EC No. L 213, p. 42), - Directive 81/432/EEC of 29 April 1991 determining the Community methods of analysis for the official control of vinyl chloride, which passed from materials and articles into foodstuffs (OJ EC No. L 167, p. 6), - Directive 82/711/EEC of 18 October 1982 on the basic rules for testing migration from materials and articles made of plastic, which determined are in contact with food to come (OJ EC No. L 297 S. 26), - Directive 82/806/EEC of 22 November 1982 on the second amendment of Directive 76/769/EEC on the approximation of the laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member States relating to restrictions on the marketing and use of certain dangerous substances and preparations (benzene) (OJ EC No. L 339 S. 55), - Directive 83/229/EEC of 25 April 1983 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to materials and articles made of regenerated cellulose film intended to come (OJEU) in contact with food EC No. L 123, p. 31), - Directive 83/264/EEC of 16 May 1983 amending the Fourth Directive 76/769/EEC on the approximation of the laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member States relating to restrictions on the marketing and use of certain dangerous substances and preparations (OJ EC No. L 147 S. 9), - Directive 84/500/EEC of 15 October 1984 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to ceramic articles intended to come (OJEU) in contact with food EC No. L 277, p. 12), - Directive 85/572/EEC of 19 December 1985 on the list of simulants for testing migration of plastic materials and articles which intended are in contact with food to come (OJ EC No. L 372 S. 14), - Directive 86/388/EEC of the Commission of 23 July 1986 amending Directive 83/229/EEC of the Council on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to materials and articles made of regenerated cellulose film intended to come (OJEU) in contact with food EC No. L 228, p. 32), - Directive 89/109/EEC of 21 December 1988 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to materials and articles which are intended to come (OJEU) in contact with food EC No. L 40 p. 38, corrected in OJ EC No. L 347, p. 37), - Directive 89/677/EEC of 21 December 1989 on the eighth amendment of Directive 76/769/EEC on the approximation of the laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member States relating to restrictions on the marketing and use of certain dangerous substances and preparations (OJ EC No. L 398 p. 19) - as far as the provisions contained therein on joke articles apply-, - 90/128/EEC of 23 February 1990 relating to materials and articles made of plastics, which are directive intended, in contact with food to come (OJ EC No. L 75 p. 19, corrected in OJ EC No. L 349, p. 26), - directive 2011/8/EC of the Commission of 28 January 2011 to amend Directive 2002/72/EC as regards the restriction of the use of Bisphenol A in baby bottles made of plastic (OJ OJ L 26 of the 29.1.2011, p. 11).
Footnote (+++ text detection from: 16.4.1992 +++) (+++ official notes of the standard authority on EC law: implementation of EWGRL 893/76 (CELEX Nr: 31976 L 0893) EWGRL 142/78 (CELEX Nr: 31978 L 0142) EWGRL 663/79 (CELEX Nr: 31979 L 0663) EWGRL 590/80 (CELEX Nr: 31980 L 0590) EWGRL 766/80 (CELEX Nr: 31980 L 0766) EWGRL 432/81 (CELEX No.: 31981 L 0432) EWGRL 711/82 (CELEX Nr: 31982 L 0711) EWGRL 806-82 (CELEX Nr: 31982 L 0806) EWGRL 229/83 (CELEX Nr)) : 31983 L 0229) EWGRL 264/83 (CELEX No.: 31983 L 0264) EWGRL 500/84 (CELEX Nr: 31984 L 0500) EWGRL 572/85 (CELEX Nr: 31985 L 0572) EWGRL 388/86 (CELEX Nr: 31986 L 0388) EWGRL 109/89 (CELEX Nr: 31989 L 0109) EWGRL 677/89 (CELEX Nr: 31989 L 0677) EWGRL 128/90 (CELEX Nr: 31990 L 0128) implementation of EGRL 3/95 (CELEX Nr: 31995 L 0003) EGRL 11/96 (CELEX Nr: 31996 L 0011) cf. V v. 17.4.1997 I 796 attention of EWGRL 189/83 (CELEX Nr) : 31983 L 0189) cf. V v. 17.4.1997 I 796 attention of EGRL 34/98 (CELEX Nr: 31998 L 0034) cf. V v. 7.3.2000 I 179 implementation of EGRL 27/94 (CELEX Nr: 31994 L 0027) cf. V v. 14.6.2000 I 849 attention of EGRL 34/98 (CELEX Nr: 31998 L 0034) cf. V v. 3.8.2010 I 1138 implementation of EURL 8/2011 (CELEX Nr: 32011 L 0008) cf. V v. 7.2.2011 I 226 +++) prescribed input formula of the Federal Minister for health , in conjunction with article 56 para 1 of the jurisdiction adjustment Act of March 18, 1975 (BGBl. I p. 705) and the Organization Decree of 23 January 1991 (BGBl. I p. 530), - on the basis of article 5 par. 3 of the food and supplies law of subject to of 15 August 1974 (BGBl. I S. 1945, 1946) in consultation with the Federal Ministers for economy and labour and Social Affairs , - on the basis of § 9 para 1 No. 1 letter a in connection with paragraph 3 of food and necessary Act of subject to in agreement with the Federal Ministers for food, agriculture and forestry and for economy, - on the basis of § 31 para 2 and of paragraph 44 No. 2 of the food and supplies law of subject to and, on the basis of § 32 para 1 No. 1 to 5, 8, 9 (b) and no. 9 b in connection with paragraph 3 of the food and supplies law of subject to , most recently by the Act of January 22, 1991 (BGBl. I p. 121) is has been modified in agreement with the Federal Ministers for economy, labour and Social Affairs, for environment, nature conservation and nuclear safety and for nutrition, agriculture and forestry: article 1 equality impregnant in aerosols for leather and textile products for domestic needs determined and not products within the meaning of § 2 paragraph 6, sentence 1 No. 8 of the food and feed law are , be assimilated to the materials and articles.

Article 2 definitions for the purposes of this regulation are 1 food commodities: consumer goods within the meaning of § 2 paragraph 6, sentence 1 No. 1 of the food and feed law.
2. food materials and articles made of regenerated cellulose film: intended for use as food commodities a) uncoated regenerated cellulose film, b) coated regenerated cellulose film with coating derived from cellulose or c) coated regenerated cellulose film with a coating of plastic within the meaning of article 3 paragraph 2 of Regulation (EU) No. 10/2011 the Commission by January 14, 2011 relating to materials and articles made of plastics, which are intended in contact with food to come (OJ OJ L 12 of the 15.1.2011, S. 1; L 278 of the 25.10.2011, p. 13) has been amended, each consisting of wood processed for other purposes made from regenerated cellulose, or made for any purpose cotton with coating on one or both sides; are casings of regenerated cellulose;
3. (disappeared) 3a.
(lapsed) 3B. (disappeared) 3 c.
(lapsed)
4. food materials and articles made of ceramics: for use as food commodities, certain items that are manufactured and burned after their formation from a mixture of inorganic materials with a generally high levels of sound or silicate under any addition of small quantities of organic matter. You can be highly branded and provided with glazes or decor;
5. materials and articles from vinyl chloride polymers: a) consumer goods within the meaning of § 2 paragraph 6 sentence 1 No. 3 of the food and feed law, b)
Materials and articles in the sense of § 2 paragraph 6 sentence 1 number 5 of the food and feed law, used in intended or looking ahead to use with the mucous membranes of the mouth in contact and that using vinyl chloride polymers or Vinylchloridkopolymerisaten are;
6 baby items: any product that is intended to facilitate sleep, relaxation, the feeding and sucking of children or to serve their hygienic supplies.
) To obtain through Beuth-Verlag GmbH, Berlin and Cologne.

Section 3 prohibited substances are not allowed the listed substances in the commercial manufacture or handling of materials and articles listed in annex 1.

§ 4 approved substances (1) in the commercial manufacture of food materials and articles from the section 2 No. 2 may only the substances listed in Appendix 2 in accordance with which used 2 use limitations in column letter a and b mentioned regenerated cellulose film. The materials may be used only if they meet the purity requirements set out in column 4. Insofar as no purity requirements are laid down in column 4, the material used in regard to their range of application must meet standard requirements. By way of derogation from sentence 1 others are allowed as therein substances as dye and glue, unless a transition of the substances on the food coming with the foil touch or whose surface cannot be determined by a recognized method of analysis.
(1a) in the commercial manufacture of food materials and articles from the section 2 No. 2(c) regenerated cellulose films may prior to coating only used in annex 2 part of A substances listed under compliance with the use restrictions listed in column 2. Paragraph 1 sentence 2 to 4 shall apply.
(2) subject to paragraph 3, 2 may number 1(c) with respect to the coating as 1 monomers or other starting materials, 2. additives except colorants, 3. AIDS in the production of plastics other than solvents as well as 4 macromolecules obtained by microbial fermentation in the commercial manufacture of food materials and articles within the meaning of section 2 only the Annex number 1, table 1 of the Regulation (EU) No. 10 / 2011 in force on January 1, 2013 in accordance with the restrictions and specifications According to Annex number 1, table 1, column 10 and paragraph 4 of Regulation (EU) No. 10/2011 in force on January 1, 2013 be used. The materials may only be used, if they general meeting the requirements referred to in article 8 sentence 1 of the Regulation (EU) No. 10/2011 in the currently valid version. Article 6 paragraph 3 of the Regulation (EU) No. 10/2011 in the respectively valid version shall apply mutatis mutandis.
(3) by way of derogation from paragraph 2 2 may in the commercial manufacture of food materials and articles within the meaning of § 2 number 1(c) with respect to the coating additives substances listed in annex 13 in compliance with annex 13 used column 4 limitations, provided that article 3 (1) of Regulation (EC) No. 1935/2004 which does not preclude.
(4) in the commercial manufacture of materials and articles made of plastic in the meaning of article 3 number 1 of the Regulation (EU) No. 10/2011 may in addition to the annex I of to Regulation (EU) No. 10 / 2011 approved additives additives substances listed in annex 13 in compliance with annex 13 used column 4 limitations, provided that article 3 (1) of Regulation (EC) No. 1935/2004 which does not preclude.

Section 5 prohibited procedures may be applied the listed procedures in the manufacture of materials and articles listed in annex 4.

§ 6 maximum Professional do not belong in traffic brought 1 food materials and articles made of regenerated cellulose film be, if they contain substances listed in Appendix 2 to the ceilings laid down in column 3, 2. food commodities in accordance with § 2 paragraph 2 letter c, when regarding the coating in annex I number 1 table 1 of Regulation (EU) No. 10 / fabric on the ceilings laid down there in column 10, 2011 in force on January 1, 2013 also listed commodities included, 3 in Appendix 5, if they contain the substances referred to in column 3 the ceilings set out in column 4, 4 in Annex 5a listed commodities, if they release the substances listed in column 3 of this annex over the quantitative limits set out in column 4 according to specified criteria.
Sentence shall not apply 1 No. 1, no. 2 letter c the coating made of plastic in the meaning of article 2.

§ 7 bans (1) food commodities which do not meet the requirements of sections 4 to 6, must not be used in the commercial manufacture or handling of food.
(2) printed regenerated cellulose film may be used commercially only so that the printed page not in contact with food comes.

§ 8 transfer of substances to foods (1) (dropped out) (1a) (dropped out) (1 b) (dropped out) (1 c) at the article 1 paragraph 2 in conjunction with § 3 of Regulation (EC) No 1895/2005 the Commission of 18 November 2005 on the restriction of use of certain epoxy derivatives in materials and articles which are intended to in contact with food to come (OJ EU no. L 302 S. 28), those materials and articles may be shares in annex I of to Regulation (EC) No. 1895/2005 listed substances which move from the materials or articles on food, the there laid down specific migration limit not to exceed.
(1 d) (lapsed) (2) (lapsed) (3) in the food materials and articles listed in annex 6, fractions of the listed substances, which move from the materials and articles to foodstuffs, must not exceed the specified limits.
(4) the articles 10, 11, 12, 17 and 18 of the Regulation (EU) No. 10/2011 in the currently valid version shall apply to food commodities in accordance with § 2 paragraph 2 letter c with respect to the coating according to.

§ 9 warnings listed materials and articles may be placed in Appendix 7 Professional only in the traffic, if the listed warnings where the mentioned there are indelible, clearly visible, easily legible and in German language.

§ 10 marking, detection duties (1) (dropped out) (1a) food materials and articles made of regenerated cellulose film may be brought Professional only in the traffic, if a written declaration in the German language is included with them, attesting that they meet no. the requirements of this regulation and of Regulation (EC) 1935/2004. Sentence 1 does not apply to the placing on the market of retail and food materials and articles made of regenerated cellulose film, apparently to be used for the manufacture, treatment, placing on the market or the consumption of food.
(2) in the case of food materials and articles made of ceramics, which had not yet come into contact with foodstuffs, paragraph 1a sentence 1 according to shall apply. The Declaration must be made by the manufacturer or, if it is not established in the European Union, the EU-based importers will be issued and include the following additional information: 1. name and address of the manufacturer and, if not resident in the European Union, also of the importer 2. identity of the subject of the food need ceramic, 3 date of the Declaration.
In addition, the manufacturer or the importer for the purposes of monitoring must above hold evidence whether the food material or article complies with the ceilings laid down in annex 6 number 2. This proof must include at least the results of the analyses conducted, the test conditions, name and address of the laboratory that conducted the analysis.
(2a) in article 1 paragraph 2 in conjunction with article 3 of Regulation (EC) No. 1895 / 2005 materials referred to and articles containing BADGE and its derivatives, may be marketed commercially only in the traffic, if a written declaration in the German language is included with them, is certified in the that they comply with the Regulation (EC) No. 1895 / 2005 and Regulation (EC) No 1935 / 2004 match. Sentence 1 does not apply to the placing on the market in the retail sector.
(3) the materials and articles referred to in annex 9 may be placed Professional only to consumers or users, if the information listed in column 3 in the places provided for in column 4 are indelible, clearly visible, easily legible and in German language.
(4) a person who brings commodities on the market, has the information 2(a) and (b) of Regulation (EC) No 1935/2004 in German language to install article 15 paragraph 1.

Article 10a labelling of footwear
(1) footwear according to annex 11 no. 1 must by the manufacturer or his authorised representative established in the European Union or, if neither the manufacturer nor his authorised representative established in the European Union has a branch of the one who brings the footwear in the European Union for the first time on the market, before the professional placing with the information referred to in paragraph 2 sentence 1 in conjunction with paragraph 3 are provided. The information is legible on at least one of each pair footwear durable and clearly visible to attach pursuant to sentence 1. Who does professional footwear, must ensure that in giving the identification is attached pursuant to sentence 2. The information may be supplemented by written information.
(2) footwear are stating their components and specifying the used and according to paragraph 3 by pictograms or written indications in accordance with the annex 11 Nos. 2 and 3 to identify certain materials. This is shoes used not for 1st, 2. safety footwear falling within the regulation on the placing on the market of personal protective equipment, 3. toy shoes.
The chemicals Prohibition Regulation shall remain unaffected.
(3) in the marking referred to in paragraph 2 the material must be given the at least 80 percent of each 1 the surface of the upper material, 2. the surface of lining and insole and 3rd volume of the outsole makes. No material accounts for at least 80 percent, are so to make information on the two materials with the largest shares in the part of the shoe. The determination of the materials of the upper material is independent of accessory or reinforcement parts, such as ankle protectors, edge mounts, ornamentation, buckles, tabs, eyelets or similar devices.

§ 11 examination procedures are the studies referred to in annex 10 according to the listed there investigation.

§ 11a special rules for imports (1), section 18 (1) of the food import regulation shall apply mutatis mutandis the importation of materials and articles subject to the proviso that at the point 1 of the prohibition of § 5 paragraph 1 sentence 1 of the food and feed law the prohibition of section 30 number 1 of the food and feed law book, and 2. the prohibition of laid down in article 14 paragraph 2 of Regulation (EC) No. 178 / 2002 the prohibition of article 30 paragraph 2 of the food and feed code occurs.
(2) shipments of food materials and articles referred to in article 1 in conjunction with article 2 of Regulation (EU) no 284 / 2011 of the Commission by March 22, 2011 with special conditions and detailed procedures for imports of polyamide and melamine plastic kitchen articles, which origin or origin is the People's Republic of China or the Hong Kong S.A.R., China, (OJ L 77 of the 23.3.2011, p. 25) may be imported from third countries only through one of the designated specific places the first introduction in the meaning of article 5 of the Regulation (EU) no 284 / 2011. The Federal Office of consumer protection and food safety makes known the list of named specific cities the first introduction in the meaning of article 5 of the Regulation (EU) No. 284 / 2011 in the Federal Gazette and informed on his Internet site.

§ 12 felonies and misdemeanors (1) according to article 58, paragraph 1 No. 18, paragraph 4 to 6 of the food and feed code is punished who intentionally or negligently uses materials and articles contrary to section 7.
(2) according to article 58, paragraph 1 No. 18, paragraph 4 to 6 of the food and feed code is punished who intentionally or negligently 1 violates article 3 when substances called the manufacture or handling of materials and articles listed in annex 1 there used, 2. contrary to article 4, paragraph 1, sentence 1 or paragraph 1a sentence 1 in the manufacture of food materials and articles made of regenerated cellulose film a) other than substances listed in Appendix 2 or b) substances listed in Appendix 2 — failure to comply with the mentioned restrictions of use
used, 3. contrary to article 4, paragraph 2, sentence 1 uses a substance or procedure applies 4. contrary to section 5 in the manufacture of materials and articles listed in annex 4 there.
(2a) after article 58, paragraph 3 number 2, paragraph 4 to 6 of the food and feed law book is who 1st punished, to Regulation (EC) No 1895/2005 of the Commission of 18 November 2005 on the restriction of use of certain epoxy derivatives in materials and articles which are intended to in contact with food to come (OJ L 302 of 19.11.2005, p. 28), violates, by he willfully or negligently a) contrary to article 3 used in the manufacture of therein materials or objects BFDGE or b) contrary to article 4 used in the manufacture of therein materials or objects NOGE or 2 to Regulation (EC) No 450 / 2009 of the Commission of 29 May 2009 on active and intelligent materials and articles , which determined are in contact with food to come (OJ L 135 of the 30.5.2009, p. 3), violates, by he intentionally or negligently breach of article 5 paragraph 1 in connection with paragraph 2 letter c section i or ii one of the listed substances used.
(3) according to article 59, paragraph 1 No. 21 letter (a) of the food and feed code is punished who brings materials and articles contrary to paragraph 6, sentence 1 in the traffic, if they contain there substances over the established maximum residue limits or residual content addition or release.
(3a) after article 59, paragraph 3 No. 1 of the food and feed law will be punished, who brings letter e in conjunction with article 10 (1) of Regulation (EC) No 450 / 2009 materials and items on the market contrary to article 4.
(4) Whoever negligently commits an act referred to in paragraph 3 or 3a, is rude to article 60 par. 1 of the food and feed law.
(5) any person within the meaning of § 60 para 2 No. 26 letter (a) of the food and feed law book is who intentionally or negligently brings articles contrary to section 9 in the traffic, which are marked in the manner prescribed with warnings or not.
(6) any person within the meaning of article 60, paragraph 2 point 26 letter (a) of the food and feed law book who intentionally or negligently 1 is, contrary to article 10 paragraph 1 a set 1, also in conjunction with paragraph 2 or paragraph 2A sentence 1 one food material or article professional brings in traffic, 2. (dropped out) 3. contrary to article 10, paragraph 2, sentence 3 and 4 evidence has not, not properly or not fully , has a material or article 4. contrary to § 10 paragraph 3, 5. contrary to section 10, paragraph 4 shall affix an indication not in German or 6 contrary to Article 10a, paragraph 1, sentence 1 or 2 with the prescribed specifications provides a footwear not or does not ensure the affixing of the prescribed marking contrary to Article 10a, paragraph 1, sentence 3.
(7) any person within the meaning of § 60 paragraph 4 paragraph 2 letter (a) of the food and feed law book who intentionally or negligently 1 is, to come against regulation (EC) No 1935/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 October 2004 on materials and articles which are intended to in contact with food and repealing directives 80/590/EEC and 89/109/EEC (OJ L 338 of the 13.11.2004, p. 4) violates, by he a) contrary to article 15 paragraph 1 in connection with paragraph 3 materials or objects not incorrectly, incompletely, features not in the prescribed manner or in a timely manner, b) contrary to article 17 paragraph 2 sentence 1 does not have a system or procedure has or c) as contrary to article 17 paragraph 2 sentence 2 a specification not , incorrectly, incompletely or not in a timely manner makes available.
2. Regulation (EC) No 2023 / 2006 of the Commission of 22 December 2006 on good manufacturing practice for materials and articles which are intended to in contact with food to come (OJ L 384 of 29.12.2006, p. 75), by Regulation (EC) No 282 / 2008 (OJ L 86 of the 28.3.2008, p. 9) is changed, violates, by he a) contrary to article 4 point (b) in conjunction with Annex 2(a) does not ensure that the manufacturing process for the materials referred to in article 1 in accordance with the therein detailed rules on good manufacturing practice are carried out, b) contrary to article 7, paragraph 1 or paragraph 2 are one there called pad not , performs incorrectly or incompletely, or c) contrary to article 7 paragraph 3 does not or not timely accessible makes the documentation the competent authorities or 3 to Regulation (EC) violates no 450 / 2009, by he a) contrary to article 4 letter f in conj. with article 12 paragraph 1 and 2 materials and articles in traffic brings or b) contrary to article 13 a surface not , incorrectly, incompletely or not in a timely manner makes available.

Article 13 the provisions of legal regulations based on the legislation and the regulation concerning the safety of toys remain unaffected virginity clause.

§ 14 (repeal of provisions) - section 15 (dropped out) - article 16 transitional provisions
(1) food commodities, which correspond to the provisions of this Regulation as amended by force until April 10, 2003, and before April 11, 2003 for the first time were marketed, are allowed further until the dismantling of stocks on the market. So far but in the manufacture of food utensils fabrics with the PM/REF numbers 13510, 13720, 14650, 14950, 15310, 15700, 16240, 16570, 16600, 16630, 18640, 16690 22420, 22570, 25210, 25240, 25270, 25840, 36840, 39120, 40320, 40580, 45650, 68860, 71670 or 87040 are used and these materials meet the requirements of this regulation in the version applicable up to April 10, 2003, these materials and articles may be up to made February 29, 2004 and introduced and after this date up to reduce the Stocks on the market are brought.
(2) materials and articles according to annex 1 No. 7 column 2, which have been made or spent to this day within the scope of the food and supplies law of subject to until January 9, 2004, after the hitherto applicable provisions of this regulation and which do not meet requirements of article 3 in conjunction with Annex 1 No. 7, may yet up to February 29, 2004 in the traffic to be placed. Notwithstanding sentence 1 textile products may be manufactured from reclaimed fiber, until 1 January 2005 made or spent in the scope of the food and supplies law of subject to, if the in annex 1 No. 7 column 3 called azo dyes, which come from the recovered dyed fibers, unlock the specified amines in quantities of less than 70 milligrams in one kilogram.
(3) food materials and articles made of plastic, which comply with the requirements of this regulation in the version applicable up to July 20, 2005 and that are manufactured or imported until the expiry of the February 28, 2006 are allowed after that date still to be brought the dismantling of stocks in the traffic.
(4) food materials and articles made of regenerated cellulose film, which comply with the requirements of this regulation in the version applicable up to July 20, 2005 and that are manufactured or imported until the expiry of the January 28, 2006 are allowed after that date up to the dismantling of stocks on the market to be placed.
(5) food commodities from plastic, fabric AZODICARBONAMIDE (PM/REF no 36640) has been used in its manufacture and which have until August 1, 2005 in contact with food may be brought even after 1 August 2005 in the traffic, if the date of filling appears on them is specified. For closures used for carbonated drinks bottled in narrow neck glass bottles, December 1, 2005 date by way of derogation from sentence 1. Day filling pursuant to sentence 1 can be replaced by another indication, provided that it allows the determination of the day of filling. The person responsible for the placing on the market has on the demand the date of filling appears to be communicated to the competent authorities.
(6) food materials and articles made of ceramics, which comply with the requirements of this regulation in the version applicable up to June 9, 2006 and which have been manufactured or imported into the European Community, until the expiry of the May 19, 2007 are allowed after that date up to the dismantling of stocks on the market to be placed.
(7) (dropped out) (8) PVC gaskets containing 1 epoxidised soya bean oil (PM/REF No. 88640) and which have been filled before December 7, 2006 is used to seal glass jars with infant formulae, follow-on formulae, processed cereal based foods or other foods and 2 the part A force until December 6, 2006 amended requirements according to annex 3 section 2, can be placed in traffic , as far as the date of filling on the subject of food requirements is attached. Date of filling can be replaced by the user of the subject of the food needed by another indication, as far as this allows the identification of the date of filling. On the orders of the competent authority the bottling date is you by the user of the subject of the food needed to announce.
(9) food materials and articles made of plastic, which comply with the requirements of this regulation in the version applicable up to May 13, 2008, may be still to made as at 30 April 2009 or introduced and installed after this date in the traffic. Notwithstanding sentence 1 the following food commodities may plastic until June 30, 2008 are produced or introduced and after this date in traffic: 1 lid, which contain a seal and which comply with this regulation not in terms of the restrictions and specifications for the PM/ref number 36640 force until May 13, 2008 amended and 2 food commodities , contain phthalates and comply with in terms of the restrictions and specifications for PM/ref numbers 74560, 74640, 74880, 75100 and 75105 of this regulation in the version applicable up to May 13, 2008.
(10) materials and articles according to annex 4 No. 1 letter b, which before July 8, 2008 have been manufactured or imported and comply with the law applicable until then, may yet until to April 1, 2009 in the traffic.
(11) consumer goods according to annex 7, no. 2, wearing not the mentioned warning, may be brought until the expiry of the August 31, 2009 in traffic.
(12) food commodities from plastic and food commodities in accordance with § 2 paragraph 2 letter c as regards to transferring coating, which comply with the requirements of this regulation in the version applicable up to September 28, 2009, may subject to paragraph 13 up to March 6, 2010 produced or introduced, and placed after this date in traffic. § 4 paragraph 3 for the manufacture or import of designated thereon food commodities already at is derogation from sentence 1 to apply January 1, 2010; Food commodities that b meet the requirements of section 4, paragraph 3, may be placed after the stated date still on the market.
(13) paragraph does 12 sentence 1, if the material 2,4,4'-Trichlor-2'-hydroxydiphenylether (PM/REF No. 93930) has been used in the manufacture of these food commodities. Food commodities may be brought pursuant to sentence 1 until November 1, 2011 in the traffic.
(14) water bottles made of plastic, which are intended for infants and correspond to the provisions of this regulation in the version applicable up to February 11, 2011, may be still manufactured to February 28, 2011 and introduced until May 31, 2011, and brought in the traffic.

Article 17 (entry into force) - closing formula, the Federal Council has agreed to.

Appendix 1 (to section 3) substances which are not used in the manufacture or handling of certain materials and articles may be (site: Federal Law Gazette I 1998, 10-11; regarding the details of the changes cf. footnote) item No. No. material or article prohibited substances 1 2 3 1 Niespulver powder from the Panama bark (Quillaja saponaria), their saponins and their derivatives powder made from the root of Christmas, species (Helleborus niger) - black Hellebore powder made from the root of the bear foot (Helleborus viridis) - Green Hellebore powder made from the root of the white Diana Rose Gallenp (Veratrum album) - white Hellebore powder made from the root of the black Diana Rose Gallenp (Veratrum nigrum) - black Hellebore wood dust benzidine and its derivatives of o - Nitro benzaldehyde 2. stink bombs ammonium sulfide and ammonium hydrogen sulphide Ammoniumpolysulfide 3 tear gas volatile ester of acetic acid of bromine: methyl Bromoacetate ethyl Bromoacetate Propylbromacetat banks butyl Acetat, 4. except commodities in the sense of § 5 para 1 No. 6 of food and necessary law of subject of, which are made using textiles, protective clothing, as well as toys manufactured for according to and dolls Tri-(2,3-dibrompropyl)-phosphat (TRIS) TRIS-(aziridinyl)-phosphinoxid (TEPA), polybrominated biphenyls (PBB) 5. joke games
Liquid substances and preparations classified according to the Ordinance on hazardous substances as dangerous or to classify 6 (fallen away) 7 textiles and leather products, the longer time with the human skin or oral cavity directly into contact can be, in particular: 1 clothing, bedding, towels, hairpieces, wigs, hats, nappies and other toiletries, sleeping bags, 2 shoes, gloves, watch straps, handbags, purse and wallets, briefcases, chair covers, pouches, 3. textile and leather toys and toys with textile or leather garments , 4 for the end user, yarns and fabric certain azo dyes which release one or more of the following amines in detectable amounts if the method specified in annex 10 No. 7 by reductive cleavage of one or more Azogruppen. The use of azo-dyes is considered to be detected in release rates per amine component of more than 30 mg in one kilogram of finished product or dyed parts thereof.
Stoffname
CAS-Nummer
Index-Nummer
EG-Nummer
Biphenyl-4-ylamin
4-Aminobiphenyl
Xenylamin
92-67-1
612-072-00-6
202-177-1
Benzidin
92-87-5
612-042-00-2
202-199-1
4-Chlor-o-toluidin
95-69-2
 
202-441-6
2-Naphthylamin
91-59-8
612-022-00-3
202-080-4
o-Aminoazotoluol
4-Amino-2',3-dimethylazobenzol
4-o-Tolylazo-o-toluidin
97-56-3
611-006-00-3
202-591-2
5-Nitro-o-toluidin
2-Amino-4-nitrotoluol
99-55-8
 
202-765-8
4-Chloranilin
106-47-8
612-137-00-9
203-401-0
4-Methoxy-m-phenylendiamin
2,4-Diaminoanisol
615-05-4
 
210-406-1
4,4'-Methylendianilin
4,4'-Diaminodiphenylmethan
101-77-9
612-051-00-1
202-974-4
3,3'-Dichlorbenzidin
3,3'-Dichlorbiphenyl-
4,4'-ylendiaminen
91-94-1
612-068-00-4
202-109-0
3,3'-Dimethoxybenzidin
o-Dianisidin
119-90-4
612-036-00-X
204-355-4
3,3'-Dimethylbenzidin
4,4'-Bi-o-Toluidin
119-93-7
612-041-00-7
204-358-0
4,4'-Methylendi-o-toluidin
3,3'-Dimethyl-4,4'diaminodiphenylmethan
838-88-0
612-085-00-7
212-658-8
6-Methoxy-m-toluidin
p-Cresidin
120-71-8
 
204-419-1
4,4'-Methylen-bis-(2-chloranilin)
2,2'-Dichlor-4,4'-methylendianilin
101-14-4
612-078-00-9
202-918-9
4,4'-Oxydianilin
101-80-4
 
202-977-0
4,4'-Thiodianilin
139-65-1
 
205-370-9
o-Toluidin 2-Aminotoluol
2-Aminotoluol
95-53-4
612-091-00-X
202-429-0
4-Methyl-m-phenylendiamin
2,4-Toluylendiamin
95-80-7
612-099-00-3
202-453-1
2,4,5-Trimethylanilin
137-17-7
 
205-282-0
o-Anisidin
2- Methoxyanilin 90-04-0 612-035-00-4 201-963-1 4-amino-azobenzol 60-09-3 611-008-00-4 200-453-6 8 a) toys and baby products following phthalates (or other CAS - and EINECS numbers relating to this substance): Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalat (DEHP) CAS No 117-81-7 EINECS no 204-211-0 dibutyl phthalate (DBP) CAS No 84-74-2 EINECS no 201-557-4 butylbenzyl phthalate (BBP) CAS No 85-68-7 EINECS no 201-622-7;
b) toys and baby products, which are used by children in the mouth can di isononylphthalat (DINP) CAS Nos 28553-12-0 and 68515-48-0 EINECS Nos. 249-079-5 and 271-090-9 di-isodecylphthalat (DIDP) CAS Nos 26761-40-0 and 68515-49-1 EINECS number 247-977-1 and 271-091-4 di-n Octyl phthalate (DNOP) CAS No 117-84-0 EINECS no 204-214-7 to a) and b): phthalates are considered not used, provided that their concentration in the plasticizer-receiving material of the product as a whole does not exceed 0.1%.
9 materials and articles made of plastics within the meaning of article 3 number 1 of the Regulation (EU) No. 10 / 2011 and food commodities in accordance with § 2 number 2 letter c with respect to the coating 2,4,4´-Trichlor-2´-hydroxydiphenylether CAS no 0003380-34-5 PEM/REF No. 93930 10 (dropped out) Appendix 2 to § 4 paragraph 1 and 1a and paragraph 6, sentence 1 No. 1 substances which are approved for the manufacture of regenerated cellulose films (site of the original text : BGBl. I, 1998, 12-21;
regarding the details of the changes see footnote) part A regenerated cellulose film without lacquer coating fabric 1) use limitation maximum purity requirements 1 2 3 4 1. regenerated cellulose share in the film must be at least 72% 2).
 
 
2. food additives 2.1 Humectants not more than 27% 2)-Bis(2-hydroxyethyl) ether (diethylene glycol)) only for to) films) regenerated cellulose and for) the packaging) by not damp) food, d.) h. the no) physically free) water at the) have surface - ethylene glycol (monoethylene glycol)) on that) food, the) with foil) comes into contact,) mono may and) diethylene glycol) to a total) not more than 30 mg / kg) food) go over.
-1,3-Butanediol - glycerol - 1,2-Propanediol (1,2 propylene glycol) - polyethylene oxide (polyethylene glycol) average molecular weight between 250 and 1,200 - 1,2-Polypropylenoxid (1,2 polypropylene glycol) average molecular weight not greater than 400 with a content of free 1,3-Propanediol by weight not more than 1% - sorbitol - Tetraethylenglykol - triethylene glycol - urea 2.2 other materials does not exceed insgesamt1% 2) first group the content of the slide at any fabric or each group of substances may not exceed 2 mg / qdm.
 
-Acetic acid and their ammonium, calcium, magnesium, potassium and sodium salts - Ascorbic acid and its ammonium, calcium, magnesium, potassium and sodium salts - benzoic acid and its sodium salt - formic acid and their ammonium, calcium, magnesium, potassium and sodium salts - straight-chain, saturated or unsaturated fatty acids with straight carbon number C(tief)8 - C(tief)20, Behensäure, ricinol acid Ricinol and whose ammonium -, calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, aluminium and zinc salts - d, l-lactic acid, citric acid, maleic acid , Tartaric acid and its sodium and potassium salts - sorbic acid and their ammonium, calcium, magnesium, potassium and sodium salts - amide of straight-chain, saturated or unsaturated fatty acids with straight carbon number C(tief)8 - C(tief)20, Behensäureamid and Rizinolsäureamid - natural starch (food grade) and starch flour - starch (food grade) and starch, chemically - amylose - calcium carbonate, magnesium carbonate, magnesium chloride, calcium chloride - glycerol esters with straight-chain, saturated or unsaturated fatty acids with straight carbon number C(tief)8 - C(tief)20 and/or adipic acid modified , Citric acid, 12-Hydroxystearinsäure (Oxystearin), ricinol acid Ricinol - ester of Polyoxyethylens (number of Oxyethylengruppen between 8 and 14) with straight-chain, saturated or unsaturated fatty acids with straight-digit carbon chain C(tief)8 - C(tief)20 - Sorbitan esters with straight-chain, saturated or unsaturated fatty acids with straight-digit carbon chain C(tief)8 - C(tief)20 - mono or diester of stearic acid with Ethanediol and/or Bis(2-hydroxyethyl) ether and/or triethylene glycol - oxides and hydroxides of aluminium , Calcium, magnesium and silicon, silicate and silicate hydrates of aluminium, calcium, magnesium, and potassium - polyethylene oxide (polyethylene glycol) average molecular weight between 1,200 and 4,000 - sodium propionate second group the film page, with the food contact comes, shall total not more than 1 mg / qdm and of any fabric or fabric group contain not more than 0,2 mg / qdm, if not lesser amounts are specified.
 
-Alkyl-(C(tief)8 - C(tief)18)benzolsulfonat, sodium salt - Isopropylnaphthalinsulfonat, sodium salt - Alkyl-(C(tief)8 - C(tief)18)sulfat, - Alkyl-(C(tief)8 - C(tief)18)sulfonat, sodium salt sodium salt - Dioctylsulfosuccinat, sodium salt - stearate of Dihydroxydiethylentriaminmonoacetat who must foil side that comes into contact with food, containing not more than 0,05 mg / qdm.
 
-Ammonium, magnesium, potassium salts of the Laurylsulfats - N, N'-Distearoyldiaminoethan (N, N'-Distearoylethylendiamin) and N, N'-Dipalmitoyldiaminoethan (N, N'-Dipalmitoylethylendiamin) and N, N'-Dioleyldiaminoethan (N, N'-Dioleylethylendiamin) - 2-Heptadecyl-4,4-bis-(Methylenstearat)-oxazolin - Polyethylenaminostearamidethylsulfat the foil side that comes into contact with food must contain less than 0.1 mg / qdm.
 
 
Fastener that can foil side that comes into contact with food, contain no more than 1 mg / qdm third group.
 
-Melamine - Formaldehyde, condensed, modified or not modified: condensation product of Melamine - Formaldehyde modified with one or more of the following products: butanol, Diethylenetriamine, ethanol, Triethylenetetramine, Tetraethylenpentamin, Tris-(2-hydroxyethyl)-amin, 3, 3'-Diaminodipropylamin, 4, 4'-Diaminodibutylamin free formaldehyde: the foil side that comes into contact with food must contain less than 0.5 mg / qdm. Free melamine: the foil side that comes into contact with food must contain less than 0.3 mg / qdm.
 
-Condensation products of melamine - urea - formaldehyde modified with Tris-(2-hydroxyethyl)-amin free formaldehyde: the foil side that comes into contact with food must contain less than 0.5 mg / qdm. Free melamine: the foil side that comes into contact with food should contain at most 0.3 mg/dm(hoch)2.
 
-Cationic crosslinked poly alkyl amines a) polyamide-epichlorhydrin resin based on Diaminopropylmethylamin and Epichlorohydrin b) polyamide-epichlorhydrin resin based on epichlorhydrin, adipic acid, caprolactam, Diethylenetriamine and/or ethylenediamine c) polyamide-epichlorhydrin resin based on adipic acid, Diethylenetriamine and epichlorhydrin, or a mixture of epichlorhydrin and ammonia d) polyamide polyamine-epichlorhydrin resin based on epichlorhydrin, Dimethyladipat and Diethylenetriamine e) polyamide polyamine Epichlorhydrazinharze based on epichlorhydrin, Adipamide and Diaminopropylmethylamin - polyethylene amines and Polyethylenimine the film page, with the food contact comes , may contain not more than 0,75 mg / qdm.
 
-Condensation products of urea - formaldehyde, modified or modified with one or more of the following products: methanol, ethanol, butanol, Diethylenetriamine, Triethylenetetramine, Tetraethylenpentamin, Guanidine, sodium sulfite, sulphanilic acid, Diaminodiethylamin, 3, 3'-Diaminodipropylamin, Aminomethylsulfonsäure-free formaldehyde, Diaminopropane, Diamino: the foil side that comes into contact with food must contain less than 0.5 mg / qdm.
 
 
Fourth group the foil side that comes into contact with food, must contain no more than 0.01 mg / qdm of these substances and substance groups.
 
-Reaction products of aminierten edible oils and polyethylene oxide - Lauryl of Monoethanolamins part B coated regenerated cellulose film substance use restriction limits purity requirements 1 2 3 4 A.
In part (A) listed substances see part A part A part A B. polymers - ethyl, hydroxyethyl -, hydroxypropyl - and methyl ether which the foil side that comes into contact with food may cellulose - cellulose nitrate at most contain coatings 1 20 mg / qdm.
The nitrogen content is 10.8% to 12.2%.
 
2. resins are only for the manufacture of regenerated cellulose films coated with a varnish of cellulose nitrate
The foil side that comes into contact with food, may contain no more than 12,5 mg / qdm.
 
 
-Casein - Colophony and/or its polymerization, hydration - or Disproportionation products and their esters with methyl, synthesis and multivalued C(tief)2 - C(tief)6-condensed alcohols or mixtures of these alcohols - Colophony and/or its polymerization, hydration - or Disproportionation products with acrylic acid or maleic acid, phthalic acid and/or citric acid or fumaric acid and/or Bisphenolformaldehyd esterified with methyl -, ethyl -, and multivalued C(tief)2 - C(tief)6-alcohols or mixtures thereof - ester of Bis-(2-hydroxyethyl)-ethers with addition products of the ß-pinene and/or dipentene and/or Diterpene and maleic anhydride - gelatin (food grade) - castor oil and its de hydrating or hydrogenation products and the condensation products with Polyglycerin, adipic acid, maleic acid, citric acid, phthalic and sebacic acid - poly ß pinene (Terpenharze) - urea Formaldehydharze (see fastener) 3. plasticizers that can foil side that comes into contact with food, contain less than 6 mg / qdm.
 
 
Dicyclohexyl which may foil side that comes into contact with food, containing not more than 4 mg / dm2 - acetyl - Acetyl-tri-(2-ethylhexyl)citrat-di iso-butyl and di-n butyl adipate di-n-hexylazelat.
 
 
-Diphenyl-(2-ethylhexyl)-phosphat must not exceed the amount of Diphenyl-(2-ethylhexyl)-phosphat: a) 2,4 mg / kg in the food that has come with the slide in contact or b) 0,4 mg / dm2 of the coating on the coming with the food contact side of the foil.
 
 
-Glycerol Monoacetate (monoacetin) - Diacetate (diacetin) - Glycerintriacetat (triacetin) - dibutyl Sebacate - di-n-butyl - and di-iso - butyl tartrate 4.
Other additives in the uncoated regenerated cellulose film and coating together total does not exceed 6 mg / dm2 touchpad with the food 4.1 additives, which in part A are listed child part A the same levels as in part A (the quantities but refer to the uncoated regenerated cellulose film and the coating as a whole) see part A 4.2 special substances for paints the slide page , which comes into contact with food, may contain of any fabric or fabric group not more than 2 mg / qdm of the paint, if not lesser amounts are specified.
 
 
-1-Hexadecanol and 1-Octadecanol - esters of straight-chain, saturated or unsaturated fatty acids with straight-digit carbon chain of C(tief)8 - C(tief)20 and ricinol acid Ricinol with straight-chain ethyl, butyl, amyl and Oleylalkoholen - Montan wax, Montan acids C(tief)26 - C(tief)32) cleaned and/or their esters with Ethanediol and/or 1,3-Butanediol and/or their calcium and potassium salts containing - carnauba wax - beeswax - Esparto wax - Candelilla wax - Dimethylpolysiloxane the slide page , which comes into contact with food, may contain not more than 1 mg / qdm of the paint.
 
 
Not more than 0,2 mg / qdm of varnish contain - Epoxydiertes soybean oil (with an Oxirangehalt between 6% and 8%) - purified paraffin and purified microcrystalline waxes - Pentaerythrittetrastearat - Mono - and bis-(octadecyldiethylenoxid)-phosphat which may foil side that comes into contact with food.
 
 
-Esterified with mono - or bis(2-hydroxyethyl)-amin - not more than 0,06 mg / qdm of varnish contain aliphatic acids (C(tief)8 - C(tief)20) 2 - and 3-tertbutyl-4-hydroxyanisol (Buthylhydroxyanisol, BHA) which may foil side that comes into contact with food.
 
 
-2,6-di-tertbutyl-4 - Methylphenol (butylated hydroxytoluene, BHT) the foil side that comes into contact with food must contain less than 0.06 mg / qdm of the paint.
 
 
-Di-n-octylzinn-bis-(2-ethylhexyl)-maleat that can foil side that comes into contact with food, contain not more than 0,06 mg / qdm of the paint.
 
 
5 contain solvent which may foil side that comes into contact with food, no more than 0.6 mg / qdm of the paint.
 
-Isopropyl alcohol - cyclohexane - Ethylenglykolmonobutylether Ethylenglykolmonobutylether acetate - methyl ethyl ketone methyl isobutyl - ketone - tetrahydrofuran - toluene which can slide side that comes into contact with food, contain Butylacetate - ethyl acetate - ISO butyl acetate - isopropyl acetate - PROPYL - acetone - butyl alcohol - ethyl alcohol - ISO butyl alcohol - isopropyl alcohol - a total not more than 0,06 mg / dm2 of the coating.
 
(1) the usual technical denominations are given in square brackets.
(2) the given percentages relate to the weight and are calculated in relation to the quantity of anhydrous regenerated cellulose film.

Annex 3 (dropped out) Annex 4 (on article 5) procedures, which are not applied in the manufacture of certain commodities may (site of the original text: Federal Law Gazette I 1998, 31;)
regarding the details of the changes see footnote) item No. No. need subject-matter procedure 1 a) elastomers or rubber b bottle teats and sedative -) toys made of natural or synthetic rubber for children up to 36 months, which as intended or foreseeable is taken in the mouth procedures that cause that N-nitrosamines or actionable into N-nitrosamines substances in a saliva solution in a set be emitted from the material or article , with an annex 10 No. 6 described method detectable are in.
2. materials and articles made of leather, which are intended to come not only temporarily with the human body in contact, in particular clothing items, watch straps, bags and backpacks, chair covers, pouches and leather toys procedures that cause that in the chromium(vi) is detectable with the method described in annex 10 number 8.

Appendix 5 (to § 6 No. 3) commodities that may contain certain substances only up to a set maximum limit (site: BGBl. I, 1998, 31; regarding the details of the changes see footnote) item No. No. material or article substances maximum quantity 1 2 3 4 1 commodities from vinyl chloride polymers monomeric vinyl chloride 1 milligram per kilogram of material or article 2 toy freely available benzene 5 milligrams per kilogram of weight of the toys or the benzene-containing parts of toys 3. natural wood and branches , Heather and pine seed pods to develop of fresh smoke to smoking of foods pentachlorophenol and its salts, expressed as pentachlorophenol 0.05 milligrams per kilogram wood 4 balloons made of natural or synthetic rubber a) N-nitrosamines b) actionable in N-nitrosamine substances a) 0.05 milligrams per kilogram of air balloon b) 1.0 milligrams per kilogram air balloon Annex 5a (§ 6 No. 4) materials and articles containing certain substances only up to a set maximum limit may release site of the (original text : BGBl. 2000 I, 850;
regarding the details of the changes see footnote) Lfd.Nr. requirements subject materials quantity 1 2 3 4 1 Nickelhaltige equipment items, immediate and longer with the skin get nickel and its compounds 0.5 my nickel/cm (high) 2/week, immediately and longer with the skin released from parts of the materials and articles, come 2. commodities under no. 1, but with a nickel-free coating nickel and its compounds as no. 1 , but compliance with the ceiling for a period of at least two years under normal use 3. bars of any form, which will be introduced into pierced ears and other pierced parts of the body nickel and its compounds less than 0.2 myg nickel/centimetre/week, released from bars of any form, introduced into pierced ears and other pierced parts of the body are annex 6 (to article 8, paragraph 3, and article 10, paragraph 2, sentence 3) materials and articles , of which certain substances may pass only up to a set maximum limit on food (site: BGBl. I 1998, 32; regarding the details of the changes see footnote) item No. No. material or article maximum quantity 1 2 3 1 (dropped out) 2. food needs items made of ceramics: lead * 1) cadmium * 1)-not fillable objects. Fillable objects with a depth of fill up to 25 mm 0,8 mg / qdm 0.07 mg / qdm - fillable objects with a filling depth of more than 25 mm 4,0 mg / l 0.3 mg/l - cooking and baking equipment. Packaging and storage containers with more than 3 liters 1.5 mg / l 0,1 mg / l * 1) the maximum amount to no more than 50% is exceeded in a test subject, it nevertheless as having been observed if the maximum quantity in the arithmetic mean is not exceeded during at least three ceramic objects same to others in relation to material, shape, size, decoration and glaze and any one of these ceramic items exceeded by more than 50% is found will be valid.
A food material or article consists of ceramics of a tank and a ceramic lid, the value that applies to the vessel alone is regarded as a maximum. The tank alone and the inner surface of the lid are examined separately under the same conditions. The sum of the two identified as related to the surface area or the volume of the tank alone depending on the case.

Annex 7 (to section 9) materials and articles, which must be fitted with a warning
(Site of the original text: BGBl. 1998, 32; regarding the details of the changes see footnote)
Item No. No. product warning vacant or is the warning to install which 1 2 3 4 1 substances in aerosols for leather and textile products intended for domestic consumption, excluding those that the foams produce "caution! Be sure! Health damage from breathing possible! Use only outdoors or in well-ventilated! Spray only a few seconds! Spray large leather and textile products in the open and thoroughly ventilate can be! Keep away from children! "
"To blow up a pump use aerosol dispenser and packaging the individual Aerosolpackung(en) 2 balloons!"
Packaging and packaging individual packaging.
3. (dropped out) (dropped out) - Annex 8 Annex 9 (to § 10 ABS. 3) commodities, at which certain ingredients to be (site of the original text: BGBl. I 1998, 33; regarding the details of the changes cf. footnote) item No. No. product labelling bodies, where or on which to attach the marking is 1 2 3 4 1 (dropped out) 2 textiles with a mass content of more than 0.15 per cent on free formaldehyde , used in the intended use in contact with the skin and are fitted with equipment "contains formaldehyde. It is recommended to wash the garment to the better skin compatibility before first wearing."
Material or article or packaging or label, located on the material or article or its packaging 3. cleaning and care products, intended for domestic consumption, with a mass content of more than 0.1 of the hundred formaldehyde "contains formaldehyde."
Material or article or packaging or label, which is located on the material or article or its packaging annex 10 (to 11) procedure for the examination of certain commodities (site: BGBl. I, 1998, 34-35; regarding the details of the changes see footnote) item No. No. investigation procedure 1 2 3 1 (dropped out) 2. determination of the levels of lead and cadmium, which go from food materials and articles made of ceramics on food may principles and method of analysis , in annexes I and II to Directive 84/500/EEC of 15 October 1984 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to ceramic articles intended to come (OJEU) in contact with food EC No. L 277, p. 12), as amended by Directive 2005/31/EC of the Commission of 29 April 2005 (OJ EU no. L 110, p. 36), are called.
3. determination of vinyl chloride in materials and articles from vinyl chloride polymers method analysis in the official collection of investigation after § 64 para 1 of the food and feed law book 1) 4 is released under outline number B 80.32 - 1 (EC), stand of November 1981, (lapsed) 5a.
Reference test procedures for determining the nickel permeability for materials and articles for the purpose of Annex 5a No. 1 to 3 of this regulation method of analysis, which in the official collection of investigation procedure according to § 64 para 1 of the food and feed law book under the outline number B 82.02-6 (DIN EN 1811), as of October 1999, published is 5b. simulated abrasion and corrosion testing for the detection of nickel dispensing of utensils with coatings for the purpose of Annex 5a No. 2 of this regulation analysis method , in the official collection of investigation procedure according to § 64 para 1 of the food and feed law book under the outline number B 82.02 - 7 (DIN EN 12-472), as of October 1999, published 6 determining of the release of N-nitrosamines and N-nitrosamines is actionable substances sedative - and bottle teats from elastomers or rubber, toys and balloons made of natural or synthetic rubber into a test solution method of analysis, in annexes I and II to Directive 93/11/EEC of 15 March 1993 on the Release of N-nitrosamines and N nitrosatable substances from elastomer or rubber (OJ teats and soothers EC No. L 93 p. 37) known as is, or can be another validated method, which at least the following amounts to determine: - 0.01 mg of the total released N nitrosamines/kg (elastomer or rubber parts of the material samples), - 0.1 mg of N nitrosatable substances/kg (elastomer or rubber parts of the material samples) 7 proof of the use of banned azodyes method analysis in annex I no. 43 of Directive 76/769/EEC of 27 July 1976 on the approximation of the laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member States relating to restrictions of On the marketing and use of certain dangerous substances and preparations (OJ EC No. L 262, p. 201), as amended by Directive 2004/21/EC of 24 February 2004 (OJ EU no. L 57 S. 4), is called.
8. determination of chromium(vi) content analysis method, which is published in the official collection of investigation procedure according to § 64 paragraph 1 of the food and feed law under the outline number B 82.02 - 11, booth 2008-10.
 
1) to obtain through Beuth-Verlag GmbH, Berlin and Cologne.
2) (lapsed) 3) (lapsed) Annex 11 (to Article 10a) (site of the original text: Federal Law Gazette I 1998, 35-36;)
regarding the details of the changes see footnote) 1 definition of footwear: footwear products are products with a sole, which protect the foot or cover, as well as the elements listed in paragraph 2, provided that they are separated, and that each are intended to the consumer or the consumer within the meaning of § 3 No. 4 of the food and feed law, whereby traders, as far as they relate to a needed item for consumption within their facility , the consumer or the consumer are not equal, to be issued.
2. definition of each shoe component with the corresponding pictograms or written indications: pictogram written information 1 2 3 4 a) upper outer part of the shoe is connected to the outsole...
Upper b lining and insole shell lining and insole that make up the inside of the shoe factory...
Lining and sock c outsole bottom part of the footwear, the wear is exposed and connected with top...
3. sole definition of materials of shoe components with the corresponding pictograms or written indications: pictogram written indications 1 2 3 4 a) leather a general term for tanned hides and skins, whose original fibrous structure is essentially maintained and is incorruptible by the tanning process. The hair or wool may receive or be removed. Leather are also column or parts of the skin, which were separated before or after the tanning process. If however, a mechanical or chemical resolution in fibres, small pieces or powder is made, is a material that is placed without or with binders in railways or other forms, not leather. In leather with a surface coating made of plastic or with an adhesive layer, the applied layer shall be not more than 0,15 mm. Additional written information according to Article 10a, paragraph 1 the term "Leather" used in it are referred to skins that have your original scar site after removal of the epidermis, without any lost parts of the grain layer by grinding, sanding, or columns.
...
Leather coated leather product, where the surface coating or adhesive layer accounts for no more than one-third the strength of leather, but greater than 0.15 mm is...
Coated leather b) natural and synthetic textile fabrics are all products falling within the scope of the textile labelling Act.
...
Textile c) other material...
Other material annex 12 (dropped out) Annex 13 (on article 4, paragraph 3 and 4) provisional list of additives (site: BGBl. I 2009, 3135-3137; regarding the details of the changes see footnote) PM/REF no CAS no term limitations 1 2 3 4 31335 (dropped out) 31336 (dropped out) 31348 (dropped out) 33535 (dropped out) 38550 (dropped out) 40155 (dropped out) 40619 (dropped out) 40620 (dropped out) 40815 (dropped out) 53245 (dropped out) 62215 (dropped out) 66763 (dropped out) 68119 (dropped out) 72141 (dropped out) 76807 (dropped out) 77708 (dropped out) 80077 (dropped out) 80480 (dropped out) 80510 (dropped out) 86430-20% (w/w) Silver chloride, layered to 80% (w/w) titanium dioxide - 86432 - E.g. glass (Silver-Magne-Mag­ne­Sium calcium phosphate Borate) only for use in polyolefins.
86432/20 - e.g. (Silver Magne Mag­ne­Sium aluminium phosphate silicate), silver content less than 2% - 86432/40 - E.g. glass (Silver Magne Mag­ne­Sium aluminum sodium phosphate silicate Borate), silver content less than 0.5% - 86432/60 - E.g. glass (Silver Magne Mag­ne­Sium sodium phosphate), silver content of less than 3% - 86434 - silver sodium hydrogen zirconium phosphate - 86437 - silver zeolite (Silver zinc sodium ammonium Aluminosilcate), silver content of 2-5% just to use a) in polyolefins up to 40 ° C, contact time under 1 day, b) in Polyalkylterephthalaten up to 99 ° C , Contact time under 2 hours.
86437/50 - Silver zinc aluminum boron phosphate glass, mixed with 5-20% barium sulphate, silver content of 0.35 0.6% for the use of a) in polyolefins up to 40 ° C, contact time under 1 day, b) in Polyalkylterephthalaten up to 99 ° C, contact time under 2 hours.
86438-
Silver-zinc-zeolite A (Silver zinc sodium Aluminosilcate calcium-Metaphosphate), silver content 1-1.6% - 86438/50 - Silver-zinc-zeolite A (Silver zinc sodium magnesium Aluminosilcate calcium phosphate), silver content of 0.34 0.54% - 91530 (dropped out) 91815 (dropped out) 92200 (dropped out) 92470 (dropped out) 93450 (dropped out) 93485 (dropped out) 94000 (dropped out) 94425 (dropped out) 94985 (dropped out)