Since Dec. 10, cadmium, a bluish-white toxic metallic element related...

Since Dec. 10, cadmium, a bluish-white toxic metallic element related to zinc and sometimes found in zinc ore, will no longer be authorized in jewelry in the European Union above a level of 0.01 percent of the contents. The new regulation, UE 494/2011, does not specifically mention eyewear, but Certottica, ...

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