ECHA boosts transparency for users of authorised chemicals

The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) has started to publish more information on the users of chemicals subject to its authorisation procedure

Painted steel construction girders
Some industrial paints contain lead chromates, which are subject to authorisation

The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) has started to publish more information on the users of chemicals subject to its authorisation procedure.

The approach was adopted in June, with the change being notified late last month. It will put extra pressure on users to adopt safer alternatives.

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