UNBS IN THE MEDIA 12TH to 16TH OCTOBER 2020

MEAT STANDARDS ON NTV: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Wt7yuzJAEo

KAMPALAPOST.COM: UNBS develops 90 standards to protect environment amid industrial growth

The Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS) says it has developed ninety standards to guard the East African nation’s environment from substandard goods. The development was revealed in a news release issued by the standards watchdog in celebration of World Standards Day, which was celebrated Wednesday under the theme: protecting the planet with standards. https://kampalapost.com/content/unbs-develops-90-standards-protect-environment-amid-industrial-growth

EAGLE ONLINE: UNBS develops 90 standards in line with the World Standards Day theme

Uganda, through the Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS) joins the world to celebrate World Standards Day, under the theme; “Protecting the planet with standards”. The day is set aside to recognize and pay tribute to the many experts who volunteer their resources in developing standards for a better world. https://eagle.co.ug/2020/10/14/unbs-develops-90-standards-in-line-with-the-world-standards-day-theme-protecting-the-planet-with-standards.html

SMART 24TV.CO.UG: UNBS creates 90 standards to protect environment from industrial pollution

The Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS) developed ninety standards to protect the environment from substandard goods, officials said in a statement announcing Uganda’s participation in the celebration of World Standards Day. https://smart24tv.co.ug/2020/10/15/uganda-marks-world-standards-day/

THE INDEPENDENT: Ugandans warned against wrong use of Halal labels

The Uganda National Bureau of Standards is putting in place measures to control the abuse of halal labels by entities targeting consumers of animal products.   Halal is a dietary standard prescribed in the Qur’an, giving a green light to Muslims that a product has been carefully processed and stored using utensils, equipment and machinery that have been cleansed in conformity with Islamic teaching. https://www.independent.co.ug/ugandans-warned-against-wrong-use-of-halal-labels/