Sinkevicius echoes MEP demands for tougher action on chemicals

Chemicals firms should be denied market access if they fail to provide complete data on substances they produce, Green MEPs argued on Tuesday in a political forum attended by environment commissioner Virginijus Sinkevicius.

by Robert Hodgson
Environment commissioner Virginijus Sinkevicius talking to journalists in June. He is due to publish a chemicals strategy this autumn. Image: Thierry Monasse/Getty Images
Environment commissioner Virginijus Sinkevicius talking to journalists in June. He is due to publish a chemicals strategy this autumn. Image: Thierry Monasse/Getty Images

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