Safe and Sustainable by Design is one of the key concepts that the EU Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability is set to develop. In this webinar, we will update you on the process so far
The European Commission has made a promise to support frontrunner companies. But what do these companies want? Wonder no more; we have spoken to them, and what they really need is transparency.
With this letter, we urge the Commission to examine how to best incentivize chemical suppliers to share full information on chemical content and hazardous properties.
At long last – and in accordance with the Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability – the Commission has promised to do something about the cocktail effect. The proposal at hand is to introduce something called Mixture Assessment Factor, or MAF for short.
Why are we talking about the composition of lubricants when we’re supposed to move towards a toxic-free future?
By implementing economic incentives in EU chemicals legislation that would support companies who are moving away from hazardous chemicals, EU policy makers could stimulate the transition of the market towards sustainability more efficiently, a new ChemSec report shows.
REACH has really helped keep the industry on its toes and stay healthy. In this situation it is only logical to up the dose even more to get an even better result, and by upping the dose we obviously mean to implement the Chemical Strategy as intended.