IPEN, jointly with the European Environmental Bureau, has contributed to the stakeholder consultation of the European Commission’s work on the analysis of the interface between chemicals, products and waste legislation and identification of policy options.
In order to protect people and the environment from the risks posed by hazardous chemicals and in order to safeguard material loops in a circular economy without compromising chemical safety aspects, IPEN and EEB demand legally binding requirements for full transparency on the chemical contents in all constituent components of products together with requirements for information sharing between all stakeholders in supply chains.
Global Call to Action on Antimicrobials from Scientists Published Today
Contact: Avery Lindeman, Green Science Policy Institute at 520. 241.6118; avery@GreenSciencePolicy.org Arlene Blum, Green Science Policy Institute and UC Berkeley at 510. 919.6363, Arlene@ArleneBlum.com Green Science Policy Institute: (510) 898-1739 or (510) 898-1704
Pasay City/Quezon City. A visiting expert from US today drew attention to the emerging concerns around the environmental impacts of microplastics in cosmetics at the ongoing beauty trade show in Pasay City.