Sustainable chemistry and the European Green Deal: Are you ready?
The European Green Deal is a transformational plan to make the EU economy more sustainable. Do you know what it means for your business?
How is the European Green Deal going to change chemical regulation?
The European Green Deal sets out a roadmap to make the EU’s economy more sustainable and reach net zero by 2050. Part of the deal is the EU Chemical Strategy for Sustainability, which has direct implications for any business producing or using chemicals. Take a look at the resources below to understand your obligations and learn how Enhesa can help you reach your goals.
Regulations to redefine the meaning of ”safer” chemicals
What will it require from companies operating in the EU?
The EU intends to move away from regulating hazardous chemicals that have already entered the market and instead prohibit their use in the first place. This means switching from a reactive to a proactive, preventative approach.
A key requirement of the European Green Deal and its Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability is that companies will need to provide deeper disclosure on the chemicals used and verified chemical hazard assessments (CHAs) for their products to gain access to the EU market.
Read all about this in detail in our whitepaper below.
Free whitepaper: Sustainable chemistry and the European Green Deal
Download this free whitepaper to read about the European Green Deal in detail, what it means for chemical regulation, and the requirements that will be made of any business wanting to market its products in the EU. Plus – see how you can get ahead of the requirements with SciveraLENS®.
- What is the European Green Deal?
- What’s changing for chemicals?
- How we can help you get ahead