UK steps up work on international chemicals regulation

The UK is re-engaging with the work of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development on chemicals regulation in the run-up to Brexit, a DEFRA official has revealed

Chemical testing.
The UK will reinvigorate its work on international chemicals regulation, including the development of testing methods

The UK is re-engaging with the work of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development on chemicals regulation in the run-up to Brexit, a DEFRA official has revealed.

So stakeholders were told at the Chemicals Stakeholder Forum’s meeting in London on Wednesday.

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