Ban on "black list" chemical in non-ferrous metals industry

A ban on the marketing and use of hexachloroethane (HCE) in the non-ferrous metals industry, with limited exceptions, has been agreed at EC level and will take effect at the end of 1997.1 Restrictions on the marketing of carcinogens in products sold to the general public have also been imposed by a second EC Directive.

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