No microplastics in JBL products

Synthetic polymer microparticles - also known as microplastics - are a major burden on the environment. They degrade very slowly and are easily absorbed by living organisms. Microplastics have now even been detected in drinking water and food. Unfortunately, plastic waste has also been documented on JBL expeditions to remote parts of the planet. Countries in South-East Asia were particularly affected.

A large proportion of microplastics in the environment are produced when larger plastic parts degrade. However, microplastics used in consumer products also contribute significantly to environmental pollution. In addition to cosmetics and toys, fertilisers and cleaning products often contain microplastics.

The European Union has now acted to ban the use of microplastics in several stages with Regulation (EU) 2023/2055 amending Regulation (EU) No. 1907/2006 (REACH).

JBL GmbH & Co. KG is not affected by this ban!

No synthetic micropolymer articles as defined by Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006 Annex XVII No. 78 at all are used in the JBL product range. Environmental protection is and remains JBL's top priority!

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