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 chemicals sector would face major disruption if the UK left the EU without a deal, according to a new guidance document published by DEFRA
Updates to the standard for composting came into effect last week, putting more onus on compost producers to ensure their product meets quality requirements
The European Commission’s proposal for ecodesign standards for computer servers risks being self-defeating, according to operators
Six months out from Britain's scheduled departure from the EU, here's what we know so far about environmental policy related to products and chemicals could change once the UK leaves the bloc and the potential implications for practitioners
An anaerobic digestion (AD) plant in Wiltshire has become the first English facility to be accredited under a new certification scheme, according to biogas trade body the Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association (ADBA)
DEFRA looking at how to ensure chemical registrations remain valid in the UK after Brexit while environment minister Thérèse Coffey suggests UK could simply ‘download’ REACH database
EU officials have rejected suggestions by the European chemicals industry that the UK could retain some form of membership of the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) following Brexit
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