Some badges exported to the United States, the European Union and other countries were returned because they were not environmentally friendly. So what caused the badges to be returned?
The badge was returned because the paint in the badge contained excessive lead. Lead is a metal substance that is toxic to human tissues. Long-term living in an environment where lead exists is extremely easy to cause lead poisoning, which is life-threatening. Common clinical manifestations of lead poisoning include abdominal pain, diarrhea, vomiting, headache, dizziness, and palpitations.
In badge production, some badges that need to be colored, if the paint used does not meet the standard and exported to foreign countries, once the lead is found to be exceeded, it will be returned, and at the same time it will cause considerable losses to the badge factory.
This shows that the concept of environmental protection also exists in badge making.