Don't get your fingers burnt

Gay, Allison
July 2003
Cabinet Maker;7/25/2003, Issue 5348, p3
Trade Publication
Comments on the flammability regulations set by the South East Trading Standards Authority on imported furniture sold in the South Eastern part of Great Britain. Need to incentivised to adhere to the proper enforcement by the local authorities; Responsibility of the retailer and the importer to secure flammability certificate upon purchasing imported sofas; Enforcement of the law to monitor the illegal transactions of imported sofas.


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