Locally required regulatory labeling is included in product and/or packaging information.
Information regarding the national regulatory body within the region of sale is clearly identified and includes the name, phone number, and website of the regulatory body.
Compliance with the national standards organization within the region of sale is clearly labeled and includes the name, phone number, and website of the standards organization.
The manufacturer's name, phone number, and website for addressing concerns or questions regarding labels and claims is clearly provided.
Notes and exceptions
Formal development of consensus standards or technical rules through international or national standardization authorities (ISO, BIS, ANSI, BSI, EN) is required before regulatory efforts can be taken at a national or local level.
National or local regulatory authorities should have a mandate and the ability to enforce standards for product labeling and performance claims.
Encouragement of consumer protection and advocacy by quality manufacturers enhances safety and regulation of products.
Simplified systems for consumer complaints (e.g., short message service [SMS] via cell phones) encourage consumers to identify topics of concern regarding safety of drinking water treatment units.