UK seeks pact on EC eco-label's stance on flame retardants

A special meeting of national competent bodies administering the EC's eco-labelling scheme is to be held in November to discuss how it should deal with the increasingly controversial issue of brominated flame retardants. The need for the meeting, convened at the UK's request, is due to the wide differences in interpretation of the precautionary principle by Member States.

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