Flame retardants in spotlight ahead of key EU chemicals reform talks

A range of substances widely used in electronics and textiles to reduce flammability, in particular aromatic brominated flame retardants remain a top priority for EU regulatory action as EU officials, regulators and representatives of industry and civil society prepare to meet in Brussels tomorrow to discuss a new timeline for chemicals restrictions.

by Robert Hodgson

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