Identifying the bottlenecks in REACH implementation

Six years after the adoption of REACH, which seeks to protect European citizens and the environment from exposure to dangerous chemicals, ClientEarth and the EEB released a damning report on the role that the European Chemicals Agency has played in the implementation of the regulation. The chemicals industry has largely failed to provide the necessary data to make REACH work. ECHA has not only allowed them to do this uncontested, but has also used its resources to keep the public in the dark about it.

Published October 1, 2012
Found in Endocrine disruptorsHealthREACHRule of law