Detergent Act

The Detergent Act is a German law that regulates the ingredients and labeling of detergents and cleaning agents. It was first enacted in 1972 and revised several times. The law aims to ensure that detergents and cleaning products are safe and effective, and that consumers are informed about the ingredients and how to use the products. It contains requirements for the composition, labeling and packaging of detergents and cleaning agents as well as for the information on the packaging. It also has regulations on the advertising and dissemination of information about detergents and cleaning products.