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Call for evidence restriction of PFAS extended

Germany, Denmark, The Netherlands, Norway and Sweden are requesting interested parties to submit any information they have related to per-…

Intention to restrict per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) submitted

Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden have submitted an intention to restrict the manufacture, placing on the market and…

Glyphosate: EU regulators begin review of renewal assessments

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) and the European Chemical Agency (ECHA) have received a draft assessment of glyphosate carried…

ECHA recommends health risk of infill to be studied

The European Chemical Agency (ECHA) does not rule out that there is a potential concern for human health and the…

RAC discusses ECHA request

The Risk Analysis Committee (RAC) of the European Chemical Agency (ECHA) have met to discuss the request to prepare a…

‘More information required before ban on polymeric infill can be considered’

The European Chemical Agency (ECHA) has asked its Risk Assessment Committee (RAC) to prepare a supplementary opinion on the proposed…

Danes question blame on polymeric infill

Is it correct to blame crumb rubber used in third-generation synthetic turf for being the biggest cause of microplastic pollution?…

ECHA’s cold shower

Hope that the European Commission will allow the use of polymeric infill in synthetic turf fields to be continued in…

PAH restriction one step closer

The European Commission has notified the World Trade Organisation of its intention to introduce a new restriction on Polycyclic aromatic…

Debate on 3G moves to a higher level

The future of third-generation synthetic turf is now in the hands of the politicians. Following the closing of ECHA’s public…