Nano-particles do not escape regulation in EU microplastics law

The European Commission has finalised the text of a law to ban intentionally added microplastics from products including toothpastes, cosmetics and artificial turf sports fields, but green groups have criticised phase-in periods of up to 12 years.

by Robert Hodgson

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