Regulation & Public Policy
All E-Cigarette Nicotine Delivery Systems (ie: e-cigarette products), including devices and e-liquids, must meet Government regulations and must be registered with local Government Authorities before they can be sold to the public.
Vont supports and complies with these Government regulations as they ensure that all products available to public are made to the highest standards.
All VONT products (Devices and E-Liquid PODs) comply with the EU TPD regulations and are notified in all all EU member states.
European Union Tobacco Product Directive 2014/14/EU (TPD)
The Tobacco Products Directive 2014/14/EU (TPD) introduced new rules for nicotine-containing electronic cigarettes and refill containers (Article 20) from May 2016. All EU member states are required to implement the provisions under Article 20.
The TPD introduced new rules which ensure:
- minimum standards for the safety and quality of all e-cigarettes and refill containers (otherwise known as e-liquids)
- that information is provided to consumers so that they can make informed choices
- an environment that protects children from starting to use these products.
- restrict e-cigarette tanks to a capacity of no more than 2ml
- restrict the maximum volume of nicotine-containing e-liquid for sale in one refill container to 10ml
- restrict e-liquids to a nicotine strength of no more than 20mg/ml
- require nicotine-containing products or their packaging to be child-resistant and tamper evident
- ban certain ingredients including colourings, caffeine and taurine
- include new labelling requirements and warnings
- require all e-cigarettes and e-liquids be notified to local Government Authority before they can be sold