The EU may seek to tie future domestic environmental standards to a trade deal during Brexit negotiations
The latest substances added to the CoRAP evaluation list include potential endocrine disruptors and suspected carcinogens
Releases of persistent organic pollutants have fallen substantially, says DEFRA, although further work is needed
ECHA is consulting on the classification, labelling and packaging of six industrial chemicals and two pesticides
Proposals to establish a chemical and biological monitoring network for surface waters have been outlined by government experts
Emission limits are being developed on pollutants in waste gas from chemical plants and best available techniques to meet them
The Brexit bill has passed, but a smaller civil service now faces accelerating demands to repatriate environmental policies without falling behind on its low-carbon agenda
The European Chemicals Agency has concluded that the herbicide glyphosate should not be classified as carcinogenic in the EU
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