ECHA must challenge chemicals industry, not ‘service’ it, says ClientEarth

The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) regards itself as a “service provider” for the industry rather than a regulator acting in the public interest, environmental lawyers claim

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ECHA should take a more robust approach to addressing non-compliance with REACH, says ClientEarth

The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) regards itself as a “service provider” for the industry rather than a regulator acting in the public interest, environmental lawyers claim.

The comment was made by ClientEarth law and policy advisor Apolline Roger as the group submitted its response to the regulator’s draft strategic plan for 2019-2023, issued for consultation in April.

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