Consumption, production, imports and exports of candlesREAD MORE
shows no association between candle use and risk of cardiovascular and respiratory eventsREAD MORE
New Findings on Fine Particles Emission from CandlesREAD MORE
AECM Statement on Emissions from candlesREAD MORE
Position on the formation of formaldehyde from limonene in scented household productsREAD MORE
ComRes Consumer Survey on Candle ConsumptionREAD MORE
The Executive Summary of the Milan study on the relationship between combustion products in scented candles and the characteristics of raw materials is now availableREAD MORE
ECA position on the BfR opinion from 11 November 2013 on lead, nickel and allergenic scents in candles to be restrictedREAD MORE
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.
In mid-January 2016, BBC linked limonene in scented household products, including scented candles, to potential health hazards due to the formation of formaldehyde...