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Four approaches to substitution your company should start considering

As the managing director of a SME with its own sustainable technology I spend a lot of time thinking about how to achieve successful green substitution and about what the constituents of this process are. I recently got a chance to bounce my own ideas off others when I took part in a Chemical Watch seminar in Copenhagen. During the seminar two things stood out for me.

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Alternative providers need exposure if substitution is to become more than a buzzword

I think that dating sites manifest one of the best and most intrinsic qualities of the internet: to connect people. And of course, this quality can be used for more than dating and finding a new partner – it can also be used to speed up the transition from hazardous chemicals to safer alternatives.

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Court rules in ECHA’s favour over its decision to release confidential chemical information to NGOs

ECHA was right in its decision to release previously undisclosed information connected to a DEHP authorisation application to environmental NGOs ClientEarth and the European Environmental Bureau (EEB), Chemical watch writes. The application for authorisation by Czech chemicals manufacturer, Deza, contained…