Appellants: BASF SE Germany and Kemira Oyj Finland.
Appellants: REACH & Colours Kft, Hungary REACH & Colours Italia S.r.l., Italy.
The information will help the Agency in drafting the scientific reports related to health-based exposure limits at the workplace.
An updated list of the substance and product-type combinations for which compliant notifications for inclusion in the Review Programme have been made is now available.
The first report of the Integrated Regulatory Strategy presents a mapping of the universe of registered substances that are on the EU market. This information helps authorities to identify, plan and monitor the progress on identifying and regulating substances of concern.
An EU-funded project is using slime mould to produce accessible sensing devices with a wide range of applications, including environmental monitoring and health – helping European industry become more competitive in the growing biosensor device market. The devices can also be used for citizen science applications.
A recent JRC-led article delivers the first pan-European inventory of emissions of chemical priority substances that reach rivers and coastal waters in Europe, from both point (single, easily identified) and diffuse (widespread over an area) sources.
The Covenant of Mayors (CoM) initiative has been very effective in mobilising a large number of cities in Europe and in the world in taking effective actions for mitigating climate change. Nevertheless, experience shows that decision makers are often not aware of the interplay between climate mitigation measures and air quality that on the contrary could be quite important, depending on the nature of the measure and the sector targeted.