Packaging green printing standards will be open for public comment
Core Tip: On July 22nd and 23rd, 2015, the National Printing Standardization Technical Committee (SAC/TC 170) organized and organized “General Technical Requirements and Evaluation Methods for Green Printing Part 2: Gravure Printing” and “Green Printing Products” in Hangzhou. Qualification criteria - Part 2: Packing printed matter: 2nd working meeting of the two industry standards drafting groups.
On July 22 and 23, 2015, the National Printing Standardization Technical Committee (SAC/TC 170) organized and organized the “General Technical Requirements and Evaluation Methods for Green Printing Part 2: Gravure Printing” and “Green Printed Products Qualification Criteria” in Hangzhou. Part 2: Packing printed matter: 2nd working meeting of two industry standards drafting groups. Nearly 40 experts from more than a dozen drafters participated in the meeting.
The “Green Printing General Technical Requirements and Evaluation Methods Part 2: Gravure Printing” standard has basically determined the basic scores and score distribution plans for each standard of the standard according to the work progress after the first working meeting of the drafting group. After the draft of this article is completed, it will conduct test scores for industry companies and summarize the results to ensure the operability of the standards.
The development of the "Green Printing Product Qualification Criteria Part 2: Printed Packaging" standard is nearing completion. After carrying out a large number of experimental verifications, the drafting group basically determined the requirements for various hazardous substances and their limited values. The conference has some controversies on the scope of the Tvoc's test data samples. After this meeting, some experimental verifications will be conducted for this project. Work to ensure the accuracy of the data.
The two green printing standard projects are expected to form a consultation draft after the last drafting group meeting in September 2015, and will be open to public opinions and suggestions for the entire industry.