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Microplastic In EU: Cosmetics Europe Chief On Best And Worst-Case Restriction Scenarios

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Leave-on cosmetics and their manufacturers are virtually certain to take significant hits under the European Chemicals Agency’s developing microplastic restriction. As ECHA committees prepare to publish opinions on the matter, the big question for cosmetic stakeholders is just how costly and disruptive the measure will be.

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