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    EU updates green detergent certification

    Detergent manufacturers opting to use the EU Ecolabel will need to keep their products microplastics-free and comply with new rules on chemicals and preservatives ..
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    • Chemicals,Nature

    MEPs vote down bid to thwart neonicotinoid ban

    The European Parliament’s environment committee voted overwhelmingly on Thursday against an attempt to block a near-complete ban on the use of three bee-harming neonicotinoid pesticides ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Chemicals,Products

    EU strikes deal on chemical law exemption

    Member states and MEPs have agreed to continue to exempt second-hand electronic items from an EU chemical law to curb hazardous waste ..
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    • Chemicals,General Policy

    EFSA rejects calls for stronger independence rules

    The European Food Safety Authority looks set to ignore repeated calls from MEPs and campaigners to tighten up its independence rules ..
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    • Chemicals,Pollution,Products

    BPA recognised as an endocrine disruptor

    EU experts have agreed to designate bisphenol A a human endocrine disruptor on top of its current repro-toxic classification, paving the way for an EU ..
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    • Chemicals

    EU nanomaterial information website launched

    The European Chemicals Agency has set up a website to provide independent information to professionals and the public on nanomaterials ..
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    • Chemicals,Pollution,Products

    EU adopts new wave of chemical bans

    A dozen repro-toxic and carcinogenic substances will be phased out from the EU market within the next four years following the publication of the European ..
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    • Climate,Transport,Waste & Resources

    EEA urges EU to reduce its impact on a warming Arctic

    The EU should take advantage of a slowdown in Arctic investments to implement policies reducing its impact on the region’s environment, the European Environment Agency ..
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    • Chemicals

    Commission dismisses MEPs’ concerns over glyphosate

    The European Commission dismissed the concerns of EU lawmakers over the safety of the herbicide glyphosate on Tuesday, arguing that its approval system “ensures the ..
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    • Chemicals,Pollution

    Green farming rules escape Parliament veto

    The European Parliament supported a proposal for new green farming obligations in a narrow vote on Wednesday ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Pollution

    EU gives Poland two months to act over open cast mine

    The European Commission has given Warsaw two months to respond to nature law breaches related to an open-cast lignite mine near Gopło Lake and Ostoja ..
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    • Chemicals,Products,Nature

    Ministers give organic farming bill another chance

    Agriculture ministers agreed on Monday on a “final push” for a deal on EU-wide rules on organic farming, after a discussion that nevertheless laid bare ..
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    • Chemicals,Products

    ECHA deems titanium dioxide a ‘suspected’ carcinogen

    Food additive titanium dioxide should be treated as a potential respiratory carcinogen, scientists from the European Chemicals Agency agreed on Friday, while rejecting a stricter ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Pollution

    Agencies in joint push for stronger EU plastics plan

    The upcoming EU plastics strategy should set product-specific recycling targets, green procurement rules and limit bioplastic use, 15 European environment agencies said on Thursday ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Products

    EEA finds benefits of circular economy trends ‘unclear’

    The contribution of longer product lifespans and strong recycling markets towards a fully circular economy in the EU is “unclear”, the European Environment Agency has ..
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