Visiting the home store feels sore eyes and eyewear furniture environmental certification is accused of more water

Ms. Li told the reporter that she took her daughter to the home plaza and wanted to buy a living room furniture. After shopping for a while, she found that her 5-year-old daughter always sneezed. It is.

Consumers: Visiting the home store daughter shouting "uncomfortable"

"It’s weird. I took my child to a good international home plaza. I sneezed and shed tears in my old days. I always told me 'uncomfortable', 'uncomfortable', I also feel some sore nose. Uncomfortable, I suspect that the formaldehyde in the store exceeded the standard.” Recently, Ms. Li told the reporter that she took her daughter to a good international home shopping mall and wanted to buy a living room furniture before she was in the store. After a while, I found that my 5-year-old daughter always sneezed. "At first I thought she had a cold, she wiped her nose with toilet paper, and then quickly turned a few and came out, no more than 40 minutes before and after. But when I went out, I found that my daughter was much better and didn't sneeze. Later I thought about it. When I was inside, I felt a little uncomfortable. It is very likely that the furniture inside was over-standard." Ms. Li suspected.

Furniture guide: "No furniture without formaldehyde"

Later, the reporter came to a good international home plaza. When I first walked into the first floor of the store, I smelled a pungent smell. The reporter walked into a specialty store selling European-style furniture, and a pungent smell came over. . In the sales area of ​​wooden furniture, the reporter visited several stores and found that almost all the furniture is in the concept of “green”, but no one can provide the specific formaldehyde content of the product. On the third floor, a shop selling mainly Chinese traditional furniture, the reporter saw that all the commodity price tag only showed the basic information such as the product name, manufacturer, unit price, specifications, etc., but did not indicate the specific content of harmful substances. The reporter asked about the content of formaldehyde in a wardrobe, and the purchaser vowed to ensure that the solid wood furniture absolutely does not contain formaldehyde. “Our home is made of environmentally friendly paint. The product definitely does not contain formaldehyde. We all have certification.”

But when the reporter came to a furniture store next door, this statement was instantly overthrown. "Newly bought furniture has a taste. Generally, it is good to put it. In fact, there is no formaldehyde-free furniture, but our products have a positive formaldehyde content. It is within the scope of national security, and we all have certificate certification for this.” However, the purchaser can’t say what the amount of security is.

The reporter visited more than a dozen shops in the home square. As long as the reporter mentioned the problem of formaldehyde content, the guides will come up with various environmental certifications. When the reporters said that they want to know the exact figures, the guides’ responses are surprisingly consistent: "I don't know, but our products are definitely not exceeding the standard."

Insiders: Certification is varied and you can buy it if you spend money.

The formaldehyde is not exceeding the standard in the end, the guide buyers themselves are not clear, then these homes have environmental certification without professional authority? The reporter found that the certification of various furniture shops in a good international home plaza is also varied. "TÜV Rheinland TUVISO9001", "US RABISO4001", "Malaysia E1 environmental protection level certification"... Turned around, the reporter saw There are no less than 10 types of furniture environmental certification. The salesperson told the reporter that the certification of the goods passed by his family is very authoritative and the international standards are implemented. Is this really the case? The reporter checked the relevant information and found that at present, there are three main types of environmental protection certification methods for China's furniture industry: the first one is the product certified by the State Environmental Protection Administration of China Environmental Labeling (10th Ring); the second type It is a product certified by China Quality Certification Center “CQC Quality Environmental Products”; the third is Zhongcheng Mark Certification (CTC). In addition to the above-mentioned formal institutions, the reporters found on the Internet that there are no fewer than 100 certification institutions for furniture. The reporter contacted several environmental protection agencies as furniture dealers and found that as long as they are willing to pay, the furniture is “green”.

A customer service staff named Italian certification agency told reporters that if you want to give environmental protection certification to furniture, you need to present samples and related materials, and the other party will send people to carry out basic tests and issue certificates. "But the whole process requires your company to spend money, including the late supervision. Once you stop paying, our certification relationship will end." The reporter worried that he could not pass the certification, the other party lit up: "As long as you are willing to pay It’s okay to take the eco-label to get home."

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