DEFRA guidance on controlling persistent organic compounds under no-deal Brexit

Says the UK is party to Stockholm Convention and CLRTAP regulating use of persistent organic pollutants and would continue to be bound by these obligations under no-deal Brexit, with competent authorities remaining the same as currently. Identification of new persistent organic pollutants, with exception of pesticides, would be managed initially by the UK chemicals regulatory regime that would replace the European Chemicals Agency

Document title: Control on persistent organic pollutants if there's no Brexit deal

Summary: Says the UK is party to Stockholm Convention and CLRTAP regulating use of persistent organic pollutants and would continue to be bound by these obligations under no-deal Brexit, with competent authorities remaining the same as currently. Identification of new persistent organic pollutants, with exception of pesticides, would be managed initially by the UK chemicals regulatory regime that would replace the European Chemicals Agency.

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