Diary Of A Mesowarrior Living With #Mesothelioma #Asbestos disease.#Asbestos found in a flask imported from China


Please share around as here in the UK we have an import from China. Just how much is getting through in imported items is a worry after in has been found in CRayons and cement in Australia. We have to keep vigalant.

flask

Risk: Chemical, ASBESTOS

The flask contains asbestos fibres. If the thermos breaks, the user may inhale asbestos fibres, which are carcinogenic. The product does not comply with the REACH Regulation.

Measures taken by economic operators: Recall of the product from end users (By: Importer)

Description: 1.3 litre stainless steel vacuum flask. No packaging

Country of origin: China

Alert submitted by: United Kingdom

Risk Type: Serious

If you find that you are in possession of a recalled product, the notification should give you details of what to do next.  If no details are shown, you should contact either the seller or Citizens Advice.

If you purchased the item from a UK seller and need further advice, Citizens Advice can help.  If you bought your product from a company based inside the EU, European law will protect you.  Contact the UK European Consumer Centre for more details.  If you bought your product from a company outside the EU it is unlikely that UK or EU law can assist you.

If you are concerned about the safety of a product that does not appear on the recall list, we recommend you stop using it and make your concern known to the retailer, manufacturer or, if not known, your local Trading Standards office.

Further advice:

UK European Consumer Centre:  www.ukecc.net

Citizens Advice: www.adviceguide.org.uk

http://recalldatabase.blogspot.co.uk/2016/10/thermate-thermos-flask-recalled-as-they.html?m=1

now more flasks

more-flsks

 


Thermate Thermos Flask Recalled as they contain  ASBESTOS fibres (which are Carcinogenic)



Category: Kitchen/cooking accessories

Product: Thermos flask

Brand: Thermate

Name: Vacuum Flask with 2 cups

Type/number of model: 0-57625

Batch number/Barcode: 5050577576250

Risk: Chemical, ASBESTOS

The flask contains asbestos fibres. If the thermos breaks, the user may inhale asbestos fibres, which are carcinogenic. The product does not comply with the REACH Regulation.

Measures taken by economic operators: Recall of the product from end users (By: Importer)

Description: 1.8 litre thermos flask with 2 cups. Polypropylene outer and vacuum glass inner. Available in various colours – purple, yellow, blue, pink. No packaging.

Country of origin: China

Alert submitted by: United Kingdom

Risk Type: Serious
If you find that you are in possession of a recalled product, the notification should give you details of what to do next.  If no details are shown, you should contact either the seller or Citizens Advice.

If you purchased the item from a UK seller and need further advice, Citizens Advice can help.  If you bought your product from a company based inside the EU, European law will protect you.  Contact the UK European Consumer Centre for more details.  If you bought your product from a company outside the EU it is unlikely that UK or EU law can assist you.

If you are concerned about the safety of a product that does not appear on the recall list, we recommend you stop using it and make your concern known to the retailer, manufacturer or, if not known, your local Trading Standards office.

Further advice:

UK European Consumer Centre:  www.ukecc.net

And more

 

Pendo 1L Vacuum Flask various colours, Withdrawl Notice – Flask contains ASBESTOS fibres



Category: Kitchen/cooking accessories

Product: Vacuum flask

Brand: Pendo

Name: 1L Vacuum jug flask

Description: Plastic vacuum jug flask with a handle and push button pourage, 1-litre capacity. Comes in various
colours, no packaging.

Type/number of model: O-58836

Batch number/Barcode: Bar code: 5050577588369

Risk: Chemical, ASBESTOS

The separators of the double glass wall of the flask contain asbestos fibres. If the flask breaks, the user may inhale asbestos fibres, which are carcinogenic. The product does not comply with the REACH Regulation.

Measures ordered by public authorities: Temporary ban on the supply, offer to supply and display of the product

Our advice to consumers 

If you find that you are in possession of a recalled product, the notification should give you details of what to do next.  If no details are shown, you should contact either the seller or Citizens Advice.

If you purchased the item from a UK seller and need further advice, Citizens Advice can help.  If you bought your product from a company based inside the EU, European law will protect you.  Contact the UK European Consumer Centre for more details.  If you bought your product from a company outside the EU it is unlikely that UK or EU law can assist you.

If you are concerned about the safety of a product that does not appear on the recall list, we recommend you stop using it and make your concern known to the retailer, manufacturer or, if not known, your local Trading Standards office.

Further advice:

UK European Consumer Centre:  www.ukecc.net

Citizens Advice: http://www.adviceguide.org.uk

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