The Environment Agency has proposed changes to its controversial new charging scheme only eight months after it entered into force. Gareth Simkins looks into the amendments
DEFRA is seeking contractors to review “some of the accepted approaches” in the assessment of impacts and risks of pesticide use after Brexit
Some of Europe’s largest carpet manufacturers are selling products containing high levels of toxins, including substances suspected to be carcinogenic by the European Chemicals Agency, new research has revealed
The government would seek to maintain as much regulatory continuity for chemicals as possible in the event of a no-deal Brexit, according to guidance issued on Friday afternoon
The first attempt at building a comprehensive database of substances associated with plastic packaging has found many should be taken out of use.
Right-wing thinktank the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) has warned that EU environmental protection rules are 'anti-competitive' and are 'disguised methods of protectionism'
Honey bees exposed to glyphosate were found to have decreased amounts of microbiota in their gut leaving them open to harmful pathogens and ultimately death, according to a new study
The chemicals sector would face major disruption if the UK left the EU without a deal, according to a new guidance document published by DEFRA
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