The safety of student stationery is worrying.
Recently, the Provincial Bureau of Quality Supervision issued a quality analysis report on stationery products in 2015: The results showed that plasticizers, organic solvent residues and halogenated hydrocarbons were generally detected in pens, erasers, and correction fluids.
When the colorful and dazzling variety of stationery on the market was bought back by primary and middle school students, their quality and safety were rarely concerned by parents. The 2015 stationery product quality analysis report released by the Provincial Quality Supervision Bureau recently showed that the safety of these stationery is worrying. Not only are the product quality and safety issues such as plasticizers and organic solvent residues generally detected, but also phthalate Formic acid esters have been confirmed by studies to play a role similar to estrogen, with serious consequences.
Although these stationery tested are purchased through different channels and contain different toxic and harmful substances, they will have adverse effects on the health and growth of young people without exception, and some of the effects are quite serious. For this reason, some experts and scholars remind consumers that when buying stationery for their children, in addition to not buying "three noes" products, they also need to pay special attention to the labels of bulk stationery.
At the same time, it is necessary to educate and guide primary and middle school students. When using pens, erasers, correction fluids and other products, they should not develop the habit of biting penholders and erasers. After using stationery, wash their hands before eating, etc. .