Plans to reform European substance policy through the Reach initiative have been roundly condemned in a draft report soon to be endorsed by the EU's economic and social committee (EESC).
"At best, direct and indirect costs are matched by potential but poorly-defined benefits benefits elsewhere," says the report, which aims to investigate Reach's likely effects on European industry beyond the chemical sector and its immediate downstream client-base.
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