Chemicals Strategy: Commission seeks views on expanding REACH requirements

The European Commission has opened a public consultation on plans to increase information requirements for chemicals registration, introduce the concept of ‘essential use’ and extend generic approaches to risk management under the REACH regime.

by Simon Pickstone
Environment commissioner Virginijus Sinkevicius on a visit to Grenoble last weekend. The official has said reforms to REACH will help the EU meet its 'zero pollution' goal. Photo: EC - Audiovisual Service
Environment commissioner Virginijus Sinkevicius on a visit to Grenoble last weekend. The official has said reforms to REACH will help the EU meet its 'zero pollution' goal. Photo: EC - Audiovisual Service

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