Latest Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals Stories

2008-08-28 12:00:50

Cefic, representing the European Chemical Industry, and IBM (NYSE: IBM) developed a state-of-the-art solution which will facilitate and ease the exchange of information between companies with the goal of submitting registration dossiers required by the REACH Regulation.

2008-06-29 06:02:35

By Anonymous Chemical manufacturers, importers and users need to check new EU rules regarding chemical control and pre-register their use or face being forced to halt their activities.

2007-01-09 03:00:27

By Selin, Henrik; VanDeveer, Stacy D As a result of expanding international production and trade, a consumer in Berlin. Boston, Beijing, or Bangalore can choose between many similar manufactured goods in her local store.

2005-12-13 07:21:50

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union ministers approved a landmark bill on Tuesday to protect the public from toxic chemicals, clinching a deal despite opposition from industry and cries from activists that the measure was too weak.

2005-11-17 06:47:18

STRASBOURG, France (Reuters) - The European Parliament, seeking to protect the public from toxic substances, backed a landmark new law on Thursday that has pitted Europe's chemicals industry against environmental groups for years.

2005-11-17 06:33:33

STRASBOURG, France (Reuters) - The European Parliament sought on Thursday to protect people from toxic substances, backing a landmark new law that for years pitted Europe's chemicals industry against environmental groups.

2005-11-11 10:51:39

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Britain, which currently holds the EU presidency, has accepted a German request to delay a decision on a new European Union law to test and register thousands of chemicals, a spokeswoman said on Friday.

2005-08-23 07:31:58

By Jeff Mason BRUSSELS (Reuters) - What price Europe's health? The question lies at the heart of a debate over a draft chemicals law that detractors say could cost Europe its dominance of the lucrative sector.

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