Retailers seek tougher measures for chemicals in products

Boots and Marks & Spencer have joined other European retailers in pushing for stronger legal obligations on chemical manufacturers and importers to supply more data on hazardous substances and to substitute them with safer ones. The firms have stepped up lobbying ahead of a year of intensive negotiations on the EU's proposed REACH chemicals registration regime.

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