Five EU Member States have started gathering evidence for a broad PFAS ban. But they need help from companies, and ChemSec can show you how to provide it.
As the movement grows, we thought it would be interesting to ask the companies about the biggest challenges connected to moving away from PFAS.
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ChemSec invites you to the full-day event “Ready, Set, Substitute It Now!” in Brussels on November 14, 2019.
Save the date! ChemSec invites you to the full-day event “Ready, Set, Substitute It Now!” in Brussels on November 14, 2019. This event will launch a major update to the SIN List, adding both new substances and new substance categories to it.
One big dream that I’ve had since I started working for ChemSec ten years ago, is to see a big chemical producer taking the lead in the transformation to sustainable chemistry. A couple of weeks ago, DSM announced that they aim to phase out all chemicals of high concern from their coating resins. I thought I’d share my thoughts on it.
Germany and Sweden together propose a restriction under REACH to cover six perfluorinated and polyfluorinated substances, known as PFAS. As the restriction also covers any substance that can degrade into one of the six, the Swedish Chemicals Agency estimates that…
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.
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.