We know by now that PFAS is bad for a myriad of reasons. But it’s also bad because of something we don’t know much about at all, namely what happens when products containing PFAS are thrown in the garbage bin.
A new interview study from ChemSec on non-mechanical recycling shows that there is a gap between supply and demand when it comes to recycled materials, causing confusion and bottlenecks.
A combination of factors has created nothing but the perfect storm, spreading this chemical family in a totally uncontrolled way all over the globe, into all of us.
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.
This is the first major review of REACH since its implementation in 2005, and therefore a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to change European chemical legislation.