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Campaigning against toxics – Using REACH outside Europe (2008)

The adoption of REACH in the EU is an important issue beyond the legislation itself. It creates great opportunities for NGOs in other parts of the world to gear up their campaigns against toxic pollution. This booklet aims to guide the reader to the basics of the new EU chemicals regulation and to inspire NGOs to use it to promote better regulation and practices in other parts of the world.

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Implications of REACH for developing countries (2006)

This study explains the functioning of REACH and examines the socio-economic impact on the developing countries with special focus on the ACP States, in particular on South Africa, Mozambique, Jamaica, Ghana and Tanzania. It investigates possible changes in the patterns of competitiveness and trade flows, the role of multinationals compared to local producers, access to information and costs and benefits of REACH.

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Surviving REACH – a guide for companies that use chemicals (2005)

Will the EU chemicals policy REACH help or hurt your company? Now is the time to get informed and get involved. This guide will give you the information you need to start making your voice heard in the debate – and show why your input is needed. In this report, you will find out about the specific ways you can gain from REACH, the concerns that some companies have expressed about the regulation, and the ways you can get involved in this important policy discussion.