Denmark tightens controls on chemicals

The Danish environment ministry has launched a four-year, DKr62m action plan on chemicals aimed at "a significant strengthening of controls and preventive measures". Focusing on enforcement, consumer protection and communication, the 10-point plan includes a five-fold increase in inspections of farms, a new public database of product groups containing chemicals, and a public information campaign and helpdesk aimed in large part at SMEs. See press release.

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