Don´t forget the basic safety rules!
shows no association between candle use and risk of cardiovascular and respiratory events.
Candle consumption increased significantly to approx. 807.000 tons in 2021 (+12,8 %, +91.300 tons). The value of the consumed candles increased by 19,4 % (+297 million EUR) in the same period. Each...
Not all plastics are equally suited for indoor candle containers. Highly flammable plastics are considered an unacceptable fire risk for indoor candles, even if explicit information warns of the risk.
The members of the Association of European Candle Manufacturers (AECM) and the European Candle Association (ECA) decided at their General Assembly meetings to join forces...
In December 2018, the Danish Environmental Protection Agency Miljøstyrelsen published a comprehensive research report  on their website that provides a number of important new findings...
10/05/2023 - 11/05/2023
ECMA´s Annual Conference 2023 will be hosted at the Altis Grand Hotel in Lisbon, Portugal on 10&11 May 2023. Registration is open now!