UNBS in the Media 31st January to 4th February 2022

UNBS DECLARES 195 NEW STANDARDS;

TV AFRICA UGANDA;  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bbMr3nwMKao

 

NILE POST: Government declares 195 new standards compulsory. The Minister of Trade, Industry and Cooperative, Francis Mwebesa has declared 195 new standards compulsory. The minister said this is in accordance with the Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS) Act Cap 327, Section 18 (1) (a) and on recommendation of the National Standards Council (NSC). READ MORE HERE

 

UGANDA TODAY; UNBS declares 195 standards compulsory. The Minister of Trade, Industry and Cooperative, Francis Mwebesa has declared 195 new standards compulsory. The minister said this is in accordance with the Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS) Act Cap 327, Section 18 (1) (a) and on recommendation of the National Standards Council (NSC) READ MORE HERE.

 

ALL AFRICA.COM; Uganda: Government Declares 195 New Standards Compulsory. The Minister of Trade, Industry and Cooperative, Francis Mwebesa has declared 195 new standards compulsory. The minister said this is in accordance with the Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS) Act Cap 327, Section 18 (1) (a) and on recommendation of the National Standards Council (NSC). READ MORE HERE

 

UNBS NEMA ENFORCEMENT;

NEW VISION; UNBS, NEMA in plastic swoop, closes 7 factories. In an operation mounted by Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS) and the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA), seven plastic manufacturing factories have been closed. READ MORE HERE.

 

WAIVED PVoC FEES;

NEW VISION: UNBS waives PVoC fees on newly tagged commodities. The Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS) has given a three months’ grace period of exemption from the Pre-export Verification of Conformity (PVoC) surcharge fees on the commodities that have been included in their scope of regulation. READ MORE HERE.