To ban or not to ban: Can the UK afford to diverge from the EU on ‘forever chemicals’?

The ENDS PFAS Files: As knowledge of the harms of PFAS – or “forever chemicals” – grows, the question facing regulators globally is no longer just “whether” to restrict them but “how”. As Europe fleshes out a wide-ranging restriction proposal to stem the flow of these potentially toxic products to the market, is post-Brexit Britain up to speed?

by Shosha Adie

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