Experts back EU nano registry

An EU consultation has indicated support among public authorities for an EU nanomaterials register but disagreement on how much information should be made available

An EU consultation has indicated support among public authorities for an EU nanomaterials register but disagreement on how much information should be made available.

Responses varied on which actors and materials should be covered. The Swedish Chemical Agency (Kemi) said a register should only include nanomaterials which have been placed on the market.

Belgium would support the inclusion of substances, mixtures and products as well as articles without intended release as nanomaterials can still be released when they have become waste.

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