The European Parliament has voted against the EU executive's plan to grant an Italian chemical company authorization to use sodium dichromate, a highly toxic substance restricted under the REACH chemicals regulation.
In a resolution adopted on Thursday, the assembly asserted that the EU executive had exceeded its powers in proposing to grant a licence to Ilario Ormezzano Sai for the use of the hexavalent chromium compound for wool dyeing processes.
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