Consultation outcome

Aerosol Dispensers Regulations 2009: updating labelling requirements

This consultation was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

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Updating the labelling requirements in the Aerosol Dispensers Regulations 2009 (EU Directive 2013/10/EU) - impact assessment

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Detail of outcome

The majority of the respondents supported the proposals and the revised regulations came into force on 19 June 2014.

As a result of the consultation, the impact assessment was revised to take account of responses which indicated a lower cost per product line than previously stated.

Detail of feedback received

We received 9 responses to the consultation from businesses, trade associations and central government.

Original consultation

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Summary

Consultation on implementing Directive 2013/10/EU amending Directive 75/324/EEC on Aerosol Dispensers.

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Consultation description

The Aerosol Dispensers Directive 75/324/EEC (the ADD) relates to the safety of aerosol dispensers. Commission Directive 2013/10/EU of 19 March 2013 amends the ADD to include several changes, and will be brought into effect in the UK by an amendment to the Aerosol Dispensers Regulations 2009.

This consultation seeks views on the draft Aerosol Dispensers (Amendment) Regulations 2014 which will amend the 2009 Regulations.

The consultation is relevant to:

  • stakeholders who are involved in manufacturing, labelling, distribution and importing aerosols which fall within the scope of the amendment to the ADD
  • those involved in the enforcement of the ADD
  • consumers as it concerns the labelling of aerosols dispensers telling them of any hazards in using or storing the aerosols