Global Business Briefing – March 2015
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Top articles in this month's issue
- we look into a new measuring tool, which aims to bring corporate chemical disclosure to the fore, the Chemical Footprint Project;
- the REACH authorisation process continues to receive scrutiny – we ask industry and NGOs if it's working well;
- regular columnist Knoell Group explains the company obligations for placing articles on the market of the European Economic Area;
- our green chemistry series continues with Consumer Specialty Products Association’s Steve Bennett explaining the need for collaboration; and
- Professor at Brunel University, Andreas Kortenkamp, gives his views on why regulatory action on endocrine-disrupting chemicals is still on hold.
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Contents of this month's Briefing
- Treading lightly with chemicals
- Taking stock of the authorisation process
- Sweden’s vision for REACH
- Authoring hazard communication documents
- Articles under REACH
- BPS: safer alternative?
- In the news
- Overestimating regulatory costs
- Guest column: moving the EDCs debate forward
- Green chemistry: industry collaboration will drive innovation
- Transition to bio-based economy in full swing
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