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1.3.2.: Gas containers intended for propane, butane or liquefied petroleum gas (LPG)

1.3.2.1. If propane, butane and liquefied petroleum gas or a mixture containing these substances classified in accordance with the criteria of this Annex, is placed on the market in closed refillable cylinders or in non-refillable cartridges within the scope of EN 417 as fuel gases which are only released for combustion (current edition of EN 417, relating to ‘Non-refillable metallic gas cartridges for liquefied petroleum gases, with or without a valve, for use with portable appliances; construction, inspection, testing and marking’), these cylinders or cartridges shall only be labelled with the appropriate pictogram and the hazard and precautionary statements concerning flammability.
1.3.2.2. No information concerning the effects on human health and the environment is required on the label. Instead the supplier shall provide the information concerning effects on human health and the environment to downstream users or distributors by means of the safety data sheet (SDS).
1.3.2.3. For consumers, sufficient information shall be transmitted to enable them to take all necessary measures for health and safety.