ECHA reports limited progress in chemicals compliance, regulators act on PFAS

A switch to assessing groups of similar chemicals meant the European Chemicals Agency was able to screen last year just 220 potentially hazardous substances used at high volume in Europe, but non-compliance by chemicals firms continues to hamper progress, the EU regulator says in a new report.

by Robert Hodgson
Chemicals: ECHA says that non-compliant registrations are hampering progress (Photo by Jonathan Raa/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
Chemicals: ECHA says that non-compliant registrations are hampering progress (Photo by Jonathan Raa/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

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