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ECHA Should Commit To SVHC Substitution, Not SVHC Manufacturers – EEB

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Speakers at ECHA’s eighth annual Stakeholders Day in Helsinki, representing the European Environmental Bureau and ECHA’s Risk Management Implementation division, address ECHA’s environmental and public-safety responsibilities and the risks involved in seeking authorization for substances of very high concern under European REACH law, respectively.


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