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Kush Bottles develops child-safe packaging solutions for electronic cigarettes

PKBR Staff Writer Published 10 March 2016

Kush Bottles has developed a line of child-safe packaging options for electronic cigarettes (e-cigs).

Recently, the US President Barack Obama has signed a law, which includes new regulations that require child-proof packaging for e-cigs.

Under the new law, manufacturers and sellers of electronic cigarettes need to use child-resistant packaging for liquid nicotine containers.

As per the Child Nicotine Poisoning Prevention Act in the US, the liquid nicotine must be sold in child-proof bottles.

The company said that it is the first company in the US to provide Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) certified packaging for the electronic cigarette industry.

Kush Bottles co-founder and CEO Nicholas Kovacevich said: "Any time that congress takes steps to protect children, it is a step in the right direction.

"As the nation's premier supplier of certified child safe containers to the cannabis industry, we stayed involved with the regulatory process and stood ready with a line of e-cig containers that already meet the high standards set by the Consumer Product Safety Commission."

Kush Bottles provides certified child-resistant and custom-branded packaging solutions in the US and Canada.