Chemical Labeling with Expanded Content Labels

MARSHA FRYDRYCHOWSKI | January 19, 2017

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Expanded content labels (ECL) are a multi-paneled labeling option designed to display extensive amounts of information. ECLs can convey an abundance of information — ingredients, regulations, pictograms, languages and more. There are multiple types of ECLs and can range from a couple of pages up to 70 page books. Depending on the need, many of the labels can be structured in different ways to deliver different amounts of pages. All ECL options are versatile in application and customizable, to an extent to fit any packages exact needs. When considering an ECL for a household or commercial chemical product, manufacturers need to ask what they want to accomplish with the label. Is the label’s sole purpose to comply with a regulation or is it designed to enhance the value of the package? Thanks to ECLs’ flexibility, the label can fit both bills — an effective marketing tool that displays all of the required information to meet regulations.

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