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    • Chemicals,Products

    Commission tables fourth version of EDC criteria

    The European Commission has removed a controversial derogation in draft criteria for endocrine disrupting chemicals in its latest bid to overcome member state opposition to ..
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    • Chemicals,Nature

    Three-year extension approved for neonicotinoid

    The European Commission has authorised pesticide imidacloprid to be placed on the EU market for another three years while considering a full ban on the ..
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    • Climate,Chemicals

    Industry condemns ‘tiered’ free ETS allocation

    EU chemicals industry has urged the European Parliament to abandon a tiered approach to granting industry free CO2 permits as it votes on the reform of ..
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    • Chemicals,Pollution

    MEP deems cadmium phase-down in fertilisers ‘unrealistic’

    The European Commission should revise the cadmium phase-down it has proposed for phosphate fertilisers as it might prove technologically unfeasible, according to an MEP leading ..
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    • Climate,Energy,Chemicals

    UK Brexit paper fails to address environmental fears

    The UK government has confirmed its commitment to being a leader on climate change action after EU withdrawal but given little reassurance on wider environmental ..
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    • Chemicals,General Policy

    Greener farms set for boost in CAP reform

    The EU’s agricultural policy could prioritise payments to smaller and environmentally-friendlier farms after 2020, the European Commission suggested on Thursday ..
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    • Chemicals,General Policy

    Brussels rethinks process on GMO, pesticide approvals

    Future modifications to secondary EU legislation could require a qualified majority of member states to be approved, according to changes contemplated by the European Commission ..
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    • Chemicals,Pollution

    Sweden, Denmark push for tighter REACH authorisation

    Swedish and Danish regulators have told the European Commission to tighten up the authorisation of harmful chemicals under EU legislation to ensure they are replaced ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Chemicals

    Brussels to assess chemical-waste policy interplay

    The European Commission plans to examine before the end of the year whether the interactions between EU policies on chemicals, products and waste are hindering ..
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    • Chemicals,Nature

    MEPs challenge Commission over green farming rules

    MEPs have threatened to block  the adoption of new ‘greening’ obligations for farmers unless they are allowed to pick and choose among them ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Chemicals

    Used electronics to be excluded from EU chemicals law

    The European Commission has proposed to continue authorising the reselling of electronic equipment containing hazardous substances beyond 2019 to curb waste ..
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    • Chemicals,Products

    Researchers link food additive to cancer in animals

    Long-term exposure to nanoparticles in the food colour additive titanic dioxide can trigger and accelerate early stages of colorectal cancer among rats, according to a ..
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    • Transport,Chemicals

    Commission urged to safeguard lead battery exemptions

    A large group of European trade associations has urged the European Commission to remove four lead compounds used in batteries from a list of substances ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Chemicals

    Countries debate further restrictions for fertilisers

    Member state experts have discussed changes to the proposed EU Fertilisers Regulation, including adding new EU-wide limits for arsenic, copper and zinc, a draft position ..
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    • Chemicals,Pollution

    Commission moves forward with PFOA restrictions

    The European Commission has backed restrictions on the use of toxic chemical perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), granting certain products more time to comply ..
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