North Sea debate on organohalogens moves forward

A strategy for assessing diffuse sources of organohalogens and the availability of less hazardous substitutes is emerging at last from the Oslo and Paris Commissions to give effect to commitments made at Ministerial meetings on pollution of the North Sea since 1990. The work is likely to sharpen the battle over the role that risk assessment should have in identifying hazardous chemicals for control.

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