sustainable chemistry

Chemical management and compliance – our two page guide

Chemical management and compliance – our two page guide

There are approximately 100,000–200,000 different chemical substances (including polymers) traded between businesses and in our everyday products. Around 200 of these have already been identified by global regulatory schemes as Substances of Concern; in the… Read More

TSCA reform: new chemicals

TSCA reform: new chemicals

Implications and Considerations for Manufacturers and Importers Senior Consultant Jessica Onyshko and President of M8, Inc. Leslie MacDougall discuss the TSCA reforms. According to the Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA), ‘new’ chemicals are chemical substances… Read More

Case Study: Target’s Chemical Management Policy

Case Study: Target’s Chemical Management Policy

Target has long been a leader in supply chain transparency, products sustainability and responsible chemistry aiming to “sell products with a positive impact on the lives of our guests and communities and to ensure worker… Read More

Endocrine Disruptors -update

Endocrine Disruptors -update

In recent blogs on the subject of endocrine disruptors, we have talked about proposals for how these substances can be identified and then options for potential regulation once they’ve been categorised. In this blog, we… Read More

Endocrine disruptors and REACH Authorization

Endocrine disruptors and REACH Authorization

The European Commission has recently been reviewing whether to tighten up the way endocrine disrupting chemicals are considered under the ‘Authorization’ building block of REACH. Senior Regulatory Consultant Pearl Nemeth explains what this decision means… Read More

Fresenius conference on endocrine disruptors

Fresenius conference on endocrine disruptors

Principal Consultant Chris Turner recently attended the ‘7th International Fresenius Conference on Endocrine Disruptors’ in Bonn, Germany. Here are his insights from the conference. Specific in title and topic, the conference brought together industry, NGOs,… Read More

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