REACHLaw TALKS – Interview with Bjorn Hansen, ECHA’s Executive Director

ECHA’s Executive Director, Bjorn Hansen speaks with REACHLaw’s CMO & Business Development, Ingrid Sekki, about the role of safer chemicals in the European Green Deal, in the circular economy and in the upcoming chemicals strategy for sustainability and what the chemical industry can expect. In addition, he discusses ECHA’s priorities...

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EU is leading the way to a Circular Economy and REACH boosts the shift

Circularity is already the present, and is still the goal of the future. This has widely been accepted in the Economy and is seen in such forms as the European Green Deal and the Circular Economy Action Plan presented by the European Commission this year. What part does Chemicals and...

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Regulatory and Commercial Obsolescence Risks of Materials and Processes

Read the latest article, co-authored by European Space Agency (ESA) experts and REACHLaw Senior Legal Advisor, Tim Becker. The article, published in The International Chemical Regulatory and Law Review, summarises the current challenges for the European Space Sector under EU legislation on chemicals – such as REACH and the Waste...

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Russia has published a TRANSITIONAL inventory under TR041

Minpromtorg Russia has published a transitional inventory of substances submitted and accepted to the chemicals inventory under Technical Regulation on Safety of Chemicals Products (“TR041” or “Eurasia” REACH). All companies are now able to check whether their substances are on the transitional inventory via the link: https://gisp.gov.ru/cheminv/pub/app/search/ Please note that...

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REACHLaw TALKS – Circular Economy: Business Brief

Companies aiming to achieve a sustainable growth will need to make a shift towards circularity! In this video we are interviewing Jyri Arponen, Senior Lead at the Finnish Innovation Fund, Sitra, and discussing the business perspective of Circular Economy. During our talk we will discuss on Circular Strategies and business...

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