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Title  India Issues a Regulation on Mandatory Labeling Requirements for Tubular Fluorescent Lamps
Source  Other
Date  2017-11-30 AM 11:02:32 Hit  35
On October 5, 2017, the Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) issued a draft of BEE Regulation 2017 on Particulars and Manner of their Display on Labels of Tubular Fluorescent Lamps for mandatory labeling requirements for public comments and the deadline of submission of comments is within 45 days from its issuance date ("Draft Regulation"). Any comments may be sent to Director-General of BEE, Ministry of Power, 4th Floor, Sewa Bhavan, R.K.Puram, Sector-1, New Delhi-110066.
According to the Draft Regulation, every label affixed on tubular fluorescent lamps will be required to include the following particulars: (i) the logo of BEE; (ii) the name of manufacturer/importer and the brand; (iii) the size of tubular fluorescent lamp and color temperature; (iv) the trade name and number; (v) the model and year of manufacturing or import; (vi) unique series code; (vii) the power consumption in Watts; (viii) the star level of the tubular fluorescent lamps; (ix) the luminous efficacy in lm/W; and (x) the label period. The proposed design, colour, size and the content of the label are specified in the schedule annexed to the Draft Regulations.
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