Commission proposes eight new chemical hazard classes

A draft regulation published by the European Commission on Tuesday would substantially increase the range of hazardous chemicals that producers would have to warn consumers about on their products.

by Simon Pickstone
A warning label on a bottle. The Commission is proposing introducing labels for more kinds of hazardous chemicals. Photo: Godong/Universal Images Group via Getty Images
A warning label on a bottle. The Commission is proposing introducing labels for more kinds of hazardous chemicals. Photo: Godong/Universal Images Group via Getty Images

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