As one of the most used items in each and every household, today there still exists a range of low quality daily tissue products that can have unsafe impact in the health of the consumers.
1. Unsafe tissue products in Vietnam
Many tissue manufacturers in Vietnam produce their products using unsafe procedures despite the implementation of industrial safety regulations. According to the results of a recent survey in the area of Phong Khe Ward, Bac Ninh, there exists dozens of tissue factories that don’t meet these standards. Their products are produced from unknown and unsafe sources in shambled factories that contribute to the areas’ noise and environment pollution.
According to a business owner in Phong Khe, these low-quality tissue products can sometimes cause irritation to the skin and in the process can have harmful effects to the users.
2. Consequences to consumers’ health
According to Dr. Nguyen Huy Thinh, these toxic products can cause symptoms such as itchy skin, redness of the eyes to the users and in some extreme cases, can also lead to respiratory problems to the consumer if they come in contact with the product for prolonged periods of time.
The chemicals which are released and disposed during the manufacturing process can also have indirect effects to the people living in the surrounding areas, through polluted water sources.
3. Prevention of poor quality tissue
To prevent harm from poor quality tissue products on the market, each one of us must be a smart consumer when it comes to making purchasing decisions of tissue products. The best solution is to choose brands that are well-known for their quality.
Manufactured using advanced technology and procedures that meet international safety and sustainability standards, E’mos tissue is now one of the most well-known and purchased products by consumers in Vietnam. Their products are made from high-quality natural pulps which are treated with non-harmful chemicals.
In addition, E’mos tissue production technology belongs to Vina Paper Company Limited – a member of Berli Jucker Public Company Limited, one of the biggest corporations in distribution of tissue products in South East Asian markets.