Chemical Strategy for Sustainability: What is the Generic Approach to Risk Management and How will it be Implemented?
Location: Online Webinar
Fee for members: 0
Fee for non-members: 75
However, most chemicals have hazardous properties which can harm the environment and human health.
The EU already has sophisticated chemicals laws in place, but global chemicals production is expected to double by 2030. The already widespread use of chemicals will also increase, including in consumer products.
The European Commission adopted its Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability on 14 October 2020. The strategy is part of the EU’s zero pollution ambition – a key commitment of the European Green Deal – and aims to better protect citizens and the environment from harmful chemicals, and boost innovation by promoting the use of safer and more sustainable chemicals.
On the 30th September we are delighted to welcome Dr Sylvain Bintein to expand further on this strategy. During the webinar he will explain both the generic approach to risk management and how will it be implemented, and we hope to see you there and ready with questions for the Q&A!