New laws on vaping come into effect this week (From St Albans … – St Albans & Harpenden Review

Vapers are set to be hit with a new raft of tobacco laws coming into force this weekend.

Those who smoke traditional cigarettes are affected by new rules banning smaller packs and reducing the sale of menthol flavours.

But if e-cigs fans think they’ve gotten away with it – they’ll be surprised to hear vapers WILL be hit by a different part of the law.

We’ve taken a look at the different parts of the Tobacco Products Directive which comes into force on Saturday, May 20.

Is vaping going to be made illegal?

No – vaping will not be banned.

Some have criticised the government, as they believe they’re doing ‘all they can’ to discourage the habit, without actually banning it.

There will, however, be new restrictions on the strength of liquids and limiting the size of tanks.

What are the changes?

There are seven new points of law that will come into effect.

Restrict e-cigarette tanks to a capacity of no more than 2ml. Restrict the maximum volume of e-liquid for sale in one refill container to 10ml.

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